Peterborough, UK.
Ulster farmers are being made aware of new changes to The Ulster Farmers’ Union Environmental Policy which include the better management of liquid fertiliser.  Peterborough-based Enduramaxx is helping farmers throughout the UK to store liquid fertiliser safely and securely, along with all other agricultural liquids and chemicals.

The Environment Committee recently announced its Nitrates Action Programme 2015-2018 and Phosphorus Regulations that became effective earlier this year.  However, under new NAP regulations, there have been several key changes which include; records of export of organic manures must now be submitted annually to NIEA by 31st January.  Also, the duty of the controller to prevent water pollution now covers all types of fertiliser and entry, or risk of entry of fertiliser into groundwater is another key supplement.  Additionally, close spreading periods now include chemical phosphate fertiliser on grasslands and all types of fertiliser in arable land.

Enduramaxx provides farmers with a dedicated range of liquid fertiliser tanks which help farmers to ensure that liquid fertiliser is stored, not only in optimum condition, but their rugged design drastically reduced leakage and spillage risks.  Made from a ribbed, single piece of rotationally-moulded, UV-stabilised polyethylene, farmers have peace of mind that their fertiliser will not be making its way into any sources of water.

To learn more about storing all types of agricultural liquids and chemicals, visit
Outgang Road
The Fen

Tel: 0800 840 4030
Fax: 01778 560942

Email: [email protected]