drumMUSTER

NT Farmers is contracted by Agsafe limited to provide support services for the drumMUSTER program in the Northern Territory and east Kimberly region of WA.

Any agricultural or veterinary chemical container that displays the drumMUSTER logo is
eligible for free collection and the plastic and metal drums are recycled for remanufacture
into useful products.

By using drumMUSTER, farmers and growers have the means to keep their properties clear
of waste and the service provides a recycling pathway for empty chemical drums.

Before delivering eligible containers to the nearest collection site, ensure they are:
• empty, with lids removed
• triple-rinsed until free of any visible chemical residue
• clean and dry, punctured if they are metal.

Call ahead to make a delivery:

Humpty Doo Transfer Station
Spencely Street, Humpty Doo
(08) 8983 0652

NT Recycling Depot
19 Pruen Road, Berrimah
(08) 8947 2721

Katherine Transfer Station
Novis Quarry Road, Katherine
(08) 8971 2014

Douglas Daly Research Facility
Jungwa Road, Douglas Daly
(08) 8978 2442

Alice Springs Town Council
Commanage Rd, Alice Springs
(08) 89504341

Central Desert Regional Council
Spencer Rd, Ti Tree
(08) 89669911

drumMUSTER is funded by levies collected by AgStewardship Australia, which was
established to develop stewardship programs for Australia’s agriculture sector.
AgStewardship contracts Agsafe Ltd to deliver the drumMUSTER and ChemClear programs
on its behalf.

Farmers often use chemicals for pest management, one-off pest events or they may switch
crops, resulting in leftover chemicals no longer needed. ChemClear is an agvet chemical
waste management program that helps chemical users to keep their properties free of
those unwanted products.

To maintain sound land management practices, farmers are encouraged to keep their land,
waterways and landfill sites free of chemicals, by using ChemClear to safely dispose of
products.

Farmers register their obsolete chemicals with ChemClear online or by phoning 1800 008
182, then deliver those products to a scheduled collection point advised by ChemClear.

ChemClear collections usually take place once every two years, so it’s important for
chemical users to do a regular inventory of their chemical shed and registration of
unwanted products for safe collection and disposal.

If you need more information about the drumMUSTER program: email ido@ntfarmers.org.au
To find your local collection site click on: http://www.drummuster.com.au/find-a-collecion-site/
To register to dispose of unwanted agvet chemicals go to www.chemclear.com.au