The Michigan Clean Sweep Program makes it easy to get rid of unused, expired or unwanted pesticides - for free! Appointments are required.
The Michigan Clean Sweep Program protects the state's natural resources and prevents pollution by ensuring the safe and proper disposal of pesticides. We accept pesticides from any Michigan resident or business. This program is perfect for agribusinesses, greenhouses, nurseries, and golf courses with expired pesticide product!
Please note that we do not accept fertilizer or other non-pesticide products under the Clean Sweep Program. If you are a resident of Washtenaw County and you have other toxic materials to dispose of, please see our Home Toxics Reduction Program.
Michigan has 18 Clean Sweep sites throughout the state!
The Michigan Clean Sweep Program is operated by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD). Since 1996, more than 2.2 million pounds (1,100 tons) of pesticides have been removed from circulation and properly disposed of via permanent collection sites.
Visit the Michigan Clean Sweep Program website for additional information.