(Dodge County) The Clean Sweep is returning to Dodge County again later this month. The program allows Dodge County residents to safely and legally dispose of unwanted pesticides, household products and chemicals. Officials with Dodge County UW Extension says the Clean Sweep will be offered on Saturday, August 29 at the Dodge County Highway Shop on County Road A in the Town of Trenton from 8am until noon.
Household hazardous materials will be collected for a $10 fee per vehicle. There is free drop off for hazardous materials from agricultural producers and small businesses, but it requires pre-registration through the Extension.
Items generally accepted as part of the Clean Sweep program include pesticides, household cleaners and agricultural materials, along with light bulbs, mercury thermometers and oil and metal-based paints. Items that will NOT be accepted include explosives, human medical and biological wastes, radioactive materials, compressed gas cylinders, used motor oils, fertilizer, tires, asbestos and anti-freeze.
The registration deadline for farmers and small businesses is Friday, August 21. More information and a link can be found with this news story at DailyDodge.com.
Extension Dodge County office: 920-386-3790 or www.dodge.extension.wisc