Drum Muster

drumMUSTER collection centres are available to collect and recycle your clean, empty farm chemical containers.

All eligible containers delivered to collection centres should:

  • Be free of chemical residue (some stains may be accepted)
  • Be clean, dry and have lids removed
  • Only containers carrying the drumMUSTER logo will be accepted at collections

All eligible containers will need to be inspected on site by an Authorised Drum Muster Inspection Officer.

Collection Centres

Bell

Program delivered by Bell P&C. March and October musters. Please contact Bell P&C directly. For further information or contact details please visit https://www.drummuster.org.au

Chinchilla Waste and Recycling Centre

Loads under 100 drums can be taken to the centre during opening hours. Please present to the gatehouse to arrange inspection of drums.

For loads over 100 drums, an appointment will need to be made. Please contact Council on 1300 COUNCIL (1300 268 624). Council will then arrange for a DrumMuster Inspector at the Chinchilla Waste and Recycling Centre to make contact and arrange a suitable inspection time.

For loads over 600 drums, on-farm collection is encouraged and can be arranged by contacting DrumMuster direct. For further information please visit https://www.drummuster.org.au/

Due to operational requirements on-site, some delays in drum inspections may be experienced throughout the week and on weekends.

Condamine Waste and Recycling Centre

Receivals by appointment only. To arrange a time, please contact Council on 1300 COUNCIL (1300 268 624). Council will then arrange for the Condamine DrumMuster Inspector to make contact to arrange a suitable inspection time.

Dalby Waste and Recycling Centre

Loads under 100 drums can be taken to the centre during opening hours. Please present to the gatehouse to arrange inspection of drums.

For loads over 100 drums, an appointment will need to be made. Please contact Council on 1300 COUNCIL (1300 268 624). Council will then arrange for a DrumMuster Inspector at the Dalby Waste and Recycling Centre to make contact and arrange a suitable inspection time.

For loads over 600 drums, on-farm collection is encouraged and can be arranged by contacting DrumMuster direct. Alternatively, Dalby Junior Rugby Union Club also offer and inspection program. For further information please visit https://www.drummuster.org.au/

Due to operational requirements on-site, some delays in drum inspections may be experienced throughout the week and on weekends.

Jandowae

Drums can be taken to the centre during opening hours. Please present to the gatehouse to arrange inspection of drums.

Moonie Transfer Station

Receivals by appointment only. To arrange a time, please contact Council on 1300 COUNCIL (1300 268 624). Council will then arrange for the Moonie DrumMuster Inspector to make contact to arrange a suitable inspection time.

Meandarra

Program delivered by Meandarra P&C. Please contact Meandarra P&C directly. For further information or contact details please visit https://www.drummuster.org.au

Council also has an authorised DrumMuster Inspector available. Receivals by appointment only. To arrange a time, please contact Council on 1300 COUNCIL (1300 268 624). Council will then arrange for the Meandarra DrumMuster Inspector to make contact to arrange a suitable inspection time.

Tara Landfill

Drums can be taken to the centre during opening hours. Please present to the gatehouse to arrange inspection of drums.

Wandoan

Drums can be taken to the centre during opening hours. Please present to the gatehouse to arrange inspection of drums.

 

For any enquiries, contact the Western Downs Regional Council Waste Team 1300 COUNCIL (1300 268 624).