Pesticides© Tim Scrivener
A pesticide amnesty scheme could be extended after farmers handed in more than 2,000kg of banned and unwanted chemicals. Anglian Water worked with Lincolnshire farmers to remove out-of-date or unwanted pesticides from farms, including leftover chemicals that have recently been banned. Some 29 farmers took advantage of the free scheme, which saw the water company employ specialists Chemclear to remove 247 unwanted products. The aim of the scheme is to safeguard against any chemicals accidentally finding their way into the county’s watercourses and […]
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