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Obsolete pesticide collection coming to PEI


October 28, 2011
By Press release

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October 24, 2011,
Charlottetown, PEI – Farmers in Prince Edward Island are being invited to turn
in their obsolete or unwanted agricultural pesticides over a two week period
from Nov. 1 to Nov. 14.

October 24, 2011,
Charlottetown, PEI – Farmers in Prince Edward Island are being invited to turn
in their obsolete or unwanted agricultural pesticides over a two week period
from Nov. 1 to Nov. 14.

Drop off locations
include:

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  • PEI Agromart,
    Albany, 1804 Route 115
  • Cavendish Agri
    Services, Chalottetown, 19 Riverside Drive
  • McCain Produce, New
    Perth, 4763 Baldwin Road
  • Cavendish Agri
    Services, O'Leary, 41 North Street Ext
  • McCain Produce,
    Summerside, 168 Greenwood Drive
  • Cavendish Agri
    Services, Montague, 256 Brundenell Point Road
  • Cavendish Agri
    Services, Travellers Rest, 848 Read Drive

This program is operated
by CleanFARMS, an industry-led national not-for-profit agricultural waste
management organization. It’s industry’s commitment to safely and responsibly
collect obsolete pesticides at no cost to farmers.

Since 1998, Prince
Edward Island producers have returned more than 42,000 kilograms of obsolete
pesticides.

For further information
visit www.cleanfarms.ca.