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 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. We accept pesticides from any Michigan resident or business. This program is perfect for agribusinesses, greenhouses, nurseries, and golf courses with expired or unwanted pesticide products.
Pesticides including herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, etc.
Fertilizer with pesticides included in its ingredients
Please note that we can not accept fertilizer without pesticide or other non-pesticide products under the Clean Sweep Program.
Call the Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner’s Solid Waste Program at 734-222-3950 to schedule an appointment. Weekday and some Saturday appointments are available.If leaving a voicemail, please include your name and phone number. Your call will be returned as soon as possible. We are as flexible as possible and ask for at least a two day notice.
Upon arrival for your appointment, please check in at the front customer counter unless other arrangements have been made. Leave the pesticides in your vehicle. You will be instructed to pull around the back of the building to the collection shed. Checking in inside the building has been temporarily removed due to Covid-19 safety precautions. Proceed directly to the back corner of the parking lot behind our building.
Showing up without an appointment will not guarantee an employee will be present to help you. Please call ahead and schedule an appointment so we can be there to assist you!
Additional Michigan Clean Sweep Program Sites
Michigan has 18 Clean Sweep sites throughout the state!