CleanFARMS is once again collecting unwanted or obsolete pesticides and livestock medications at no cost to Canadian producers.

Starting on September 21, 2016, farmers in the Peace Region can drop off their unwanted and obsolete products at participating agri-retailer locations, to be safely disposed of. Dates for central Alberta locations begin in early October.

Click here for information and dates for Peace Region CleanFARMS collections.

Click here to information and dates for central Alberta CleanFARMS collections.

CAAR would like to thank members Richardson Pioneer, UFA Co-operative, Central Alberta Co-op, Parkland Fertilizers, Neerlandia Co-op and McEwen's Fuels and Fertilizers for their participation in this responsible and sustainable initiative!

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