Cleanfarms members support good stewardship, in and away from the field
Our members provide farmers with a very wide variety of innovations.
What do all they all have in common? They prioritize end of life stewardship which helps keep farms and communities clean. This is the driving force behind our ongoing efforts to expand our collection network and explore new ways to service our partners.
At the same time, provincial governments are changing the way they approach recycling and waste management. Governments are looking to the companies that supply products and packaging to farmers to take on more responsibilities. This most often translates into regulatory obligations on suppliers, which is also what Cleanfarms delivers to its members.
With more and more Canadians looking for leadership on how plastic/packaging is managed, Cleanfarms is exploring new ways to help its members meet corporate sustainability goals and rethink their packaging with the end goal of creating a more circular economy for ag plastics.
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Interested in becoming a member? Review the documents below to learn how Cleanfarms works with its members.
Grain bags, twine, pesticides and fertilizers
Obligations start June 2023 on a variety of products
Prince Edward Island
Obligations start December 2022 on a variety of products