ChemCollect is a chemical collection and disposal service that includes the collection, treatment and disposal of your chemicals, and required reporting.
Regional collections are available if you need a cost-effective solution for disposal of smaller quantities of waste. Our on demand collection is available for commercial quantities.
Our ChemCollect service complies with all relevant legislation and regulations. Our services also assist New Zealand to meet its obligations under the Stockholm Convention for the elimination and disposal of persistent organic pollutants.Get a quote
If you use or create hazardous chemicals; you need to know they won’t negatively impact the environment. ChemCollect safely collects and disposes of your hazardous waste, reducing the risk of harm to the environment, your people and your community.MORE
Safety always comes first: for your team and ours. When you choose ChemCollect you can rely upon our expertise. We’ve invested in the right equipment and put the necessary measures in place to keep everyone safe.More
Hazardous materials can cause serious and lasting damage to the environment. That’s why your business needs to put a plan in place to reduce the risk of environmental harm.
Knowing you can rely on us for scheduled or on demand collections makes it possible to minimise the hazardous waste you have to store onsite. That’s why ChemCollect provides regular, safe chemical collection and disposal services that match your needs.
Hazardous materials are most dangerous when they are being moved. By following the right procedures and investing in the right equipment, our team reduces the risk of hazardous materials causing harm.
ChemCollect safely collects and disposes of your hazardous waste, reducing the risk of harm to the environment, your people and your community.
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Take care of your staff and your community by disposing of hazardous waste properly. The right identification, handling and transport of hazardous waste also protects your business and the environment.
Our team has been putting safety first for over 10 years. That includes reporting that you can use for compliance and product safety requirements. Our people are fully trained and our specialised equipment and vehicles are designed to keep everyone safe.
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Our frequent, New Zealand-wide collection service means we’re always there when you need us.
You can make hazardous waste management more cost-effective by planning around our regional collection cycle. For larger quantities or commercial contracts we can make one-off collections to suit your needs.
Make hazardous waste management a matter of routine. Our team has been managing hazardous waste collection for New Zealand businesses and organisations for over 10 years. We know how to follow regulations, protect the environment and keep you and your people safe.
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Explore the latest news about hazardous waste disposal and collection.
Residents in Central Hawke’s Bay are 3.5 tonnes of hazardous household waste lighter thanks to the most recent MyHazWaste event, run by 3R Group’s ChemCollect service. The free to households event, held in Waipukurau in April and funded by CentraRead More
From 1 January this year it became illegal to use firefighting foams containing PFAS chemicals outside of uncontained systems. Basically, what this means is firefighting foam containing these chemicals cannot be used in any way which might see it getRead More
Something I’ve come to expect when doing chemical collections is to expect the unexpected. Our MyHazWaste service recently collected 4.2 tonnes of hazardous household waste in Cambridge, funded by Waipā District Council. Among the material collectRead More
The recent MyHazWaste event run by 3R Group in Te Awamutu has received a glowing response from members of the public, who collectively disposed of just over 4.8 tonnes of hazardous household waste and chemicals.Read More
What happens to chemicals which are expired or no longer needed and why is it so important to dispose of them properly?Read More
Find out how we helped in Palmerston North City Council remove hazardous waste from their community with a MyHazWaste eventRead More
Did you know some of the things Kiwis routinely store at home under the sink or in the shed are so hazardous they are managed under an international agreement? This agreement (the Basel Convention), of which New Zealand is a signatory, means the counRead More
It's important everyone understands their responsibilities when they use or store these hazsubstances, especially when it comes to disposing of them.Read More
A project aimed at tackling one of the most potent causes of climate change has wrapped up, with its working group and managers now eagerly awaiting Government regulation.Read More
Our latest donation to Million Metres Streams has gone to plant trees at the Brookby Project – Papakura Stream in Auckland. Our Auckland depot is located in Papakura – which is just opposite where the stream empties into the Pahurehure Inlet,Read More
Banned firefighting foam stored at three New Zealand airports no longer poses a threat after being safely collected.Read More
Over a tonne of dangerous chemicals have been collected from Palmerston North residents at a free disposal day.Read More
Six months worth of work by 3R Group's ChemCollect service has not only meant some 8.8 tonnes of chemicals have been properly collected and disposed of, but a Central Hawke's Bay stream restoration project has benefited too.Read More
A new chemical collection service has not only seen Palmerston North residents safely dispose of over 800kg of unwanted chemicals for free, but also helped educate them around hazardous waste.Read More
The Great DDT is gaining momentum as farmers turn over tonnes of their unwanted chemicals for safe disposal. The programme has so far collected some 17 tonnes of banned persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and other chemicals from properties in NorthRead More
A case of some lucky coincidence has seen dangerous chemicals removed from the side of a state highway in Waikato after they were illegally dumped.Read More
The collection of 2.3 tonnes of banned and highly toxic pesticides from a single farm continues to surprise, 3R Group ChemCollect manager says.Read More
Introducing ChemCollect! Through our previous work in chemical stewardship and collection, we know there is always a small percentage of chemicals in circulation that, for whatever reason, are not used or sold for their intended purpose. Not to mentiRead More
This year, for the very first time, WasteMINZ have introduced the WasteMINZ Awards for Excellence.Read More
3R Group has secured funding to support a nationwide collection to rid New Zealand of banned pesticides known to be stored on rural properties despite being phased out decades ago.Read More
3R Group Ltd worked with industry stakeholders to conduct a review that provides recommendations for a nationwide and industry wide product stewardship programme for agricultural chemicals and their associated containers.Read More
Health and Safety at Work (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2017 requires all businesses that deal with Hazardous substances to keep an up to date inventory of all their hazardous substances, including waste materials. This is to ensure the risk they pose to employees and anyone else who may come into contact with them, as well as their environmental risk, can be safely managed.
Your responsibility doesn’t end once they have been collected for disposal. As the owner of the chemicals, you are legally responsible for them right through to the point of safe disposal or destruction. Choosing a certified contractor, like ChemCollect, is therefore vital.
We collect all types of hazardous waste materials from small to large quantities from commercial businesses, laboratories, schools, sports fields, households, the rural sector, and many other entities. The only materials we can’t accept are explosives.
All materials have differing active ingredients so collected items are segregated accordingly. These active ingredients determine what chemistry is required to neutralise the materials before they can be stabilised and disposed of. Some materials require offshore disposal through high temperature incineration where all emissions are captured.
Whatever your needs, our ChemCollect service can be adapted to suit them. Call us on 0508 243 642 or complete our quick form to help us understand how we can help. Once we’ve received your information; we’ll be in touch to work through the details.