Category Archives: effluent

Media Release – LRTAQ Calls for Action on Roadside Effluent Management

The Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of Queensland (LRTAQ) has called for the Queensland Government and Local Councils to work with industry to develop a plan for the construction and funding of managed roadside disposal sites for livestock effluent. LRTAQ … Continue reading

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ALRTA News – 24 March 2017

ALRTA CONGRATULATES ATA COUNCILLORS ELECT BEER AND MINERS The Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) congratulates John Beer and Lynley Miners on their election to the ATA Council. It was announced this week that John Beer was elected to … Continue reading

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ALRTA News – 10 March 2017

ALRTA TO INSPECT EFFLUENT MANAGEMENT FACILITIES IN NZ The ALRTA National Animal Welfare Sub-Committee met via teleconference this week to discuss the nitty gritty of sending a delegation to New Zealand to inspect their well-developed livestock effluent management system.  ALRTA … Continue reading

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ALRTA News – 24 February 2017

ALRTA ENDORSES CANDIDATES IN ATA COUNCIL ELECTIONS The ALRTA has endorsed two candidates standing in the upcoming ATA Council elections. ALRTA has endorsed Mr John Beer for the ‘owner driver’ position and Mr Lynley Miners for the ‘small fleet’ position. … Continue reading

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Media Release 6 February 2017

MEDIA RELEASE ALRTA CONFERENCE TO TACKLE BRAKING CONCERNS The joint ALRTA-LRTAQ National Conference to be held 17-18 February 2017 in Toowoomba, QLD, will tackle three of the biggest issues affecting rural carriers: effluent control, local road access and mandatory electronic … Continue reading

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