these potentially dangerous chemicals from our state ultimately makes
Alabama a cleaner and safer place to live and work. We in the agricultural
community are proud to be good stewards of the environment," said
Clean Day Waste Pesticide Collection Program is sponsored by the Alabama
Department of Agriculture and Industries along with the Alabama
Cooperative Extension System and is funded through an Environmental
Protection Agency grant. The program has been going on for 15 years and
moves around the state on an annual basis. This location was provided by
Dekalb Farmers Cooperative.
accepted included both known and unidentifiable pesticide waste, like
insecticides, herbicides, fungicides and other products as defoliants and
pre-registered through their Extension agency. For more information on the
Clean Day program, contact Tony Cofer, division director for the pesticide
manager, at 334-240-7242 or 800-642-7761, Ext. 7242.