What’s in your shed?

Keeping old or unwanted agrichemicals stored on your property presents an unnecessary risk to staff and family, livestock, pets and the environment.

Agrecovery’s next round of agrichemical recovery events will be held in late 2024.

Register your agrichemicals for collection


Take an inventory

  • Agrichemical name and manufacturer (unlabelled or mixed agrichemicals should be listed as “Unknown”)
  • Original pack size and remaining volume
  • State (eg. liquid or solid)
  • Condition of container

Inventory / Booking Form


Register your agrichemicals online

If you aren’t already a member, register as a member

Alternatively, you can post or email our registration form, or call 0800 247 326.

Your registration will be acknowledged by email or post.

Register online


We assess the subsidies

Some agrichemicals are free for disposal and collection, others are subsidised.

Need more info? Contact Us



Your registration will be held in our system until a recovery event is planned for your region. Please note: our next agrichemical recovery events will be held in late 2024.

At that point, we will review your registration, advising if any costs would apply to your collection. You can then choose whether to proceed with all, part or none of your booking.

Collection Events

Other Programmes

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LDPE Bag recycling

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Containers 0 – 60 litres

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Drums 61 – 1,000 litres

Quick links

Helpful information to get you started with Container recycling:

Collection Events

Click here to find your local collection events.

Make a Booking

Click here to make a booking.

Participating Brand Owners

Click here to download our form.

Have a question?

We operate collections on a regional basis, check out Sites and Events for our latest schedule.

Participating brands pay a levy to the Agrecovery Foundation based on sales of product (60 litres or less) into the NZ market. These levied funds cover free collection and disposal of many agrichemicals from these brands. For non-funded products, user-pays fees will be quoted prior to any collection activity.

No, please contact your local council for disposal options as these items are not collected by Agrecovery.

Agrecovery uses qualified chemical contractors for the collection and disposal of your unwanted agrichemicals. Agrichemicals will be disposed of according to New Zealand regulations as appropriate – depending on the class of agrichemical, these are currently disposed of in New Zealand and France.

The Agrecovery agrichemical recovery programme is accredited by the Minister for the Environment as a Product Stewardship Programme under the Waste Minimisation Act 2008. Read the accreditation summary.

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