CleanFARMS, in partnership with the Canadian Animal Health Institute, will be operating collection programs for both obsolete pesticides and livestock medications in the Okanagan, Interior and Peace Region of British Columbia, Southern Alberta, Northern Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in 2015.
What products are usually accepted?
- Obsolete or unwanted agricultural pesticides (identified with a Pest Control Product number on the label).
- Livestock medications that are used by primary producers in the rearing of animals in an agricultural context (identified with a DIN number, Ser. Number or Pest Control Product number on the label).
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