Washington Co., WI – Washington County’s annual Clean Sweep is Saturday, Oct. 6 from 8 a.m. – noon. Click HERE to preregister.
The Washington County Full Service Clean Sweep is an opportunity for county residents to properly dispose or recycle unwanted hazardous chemicals, electronic goods, pharmaceutical medication, and used tires. TVs and large household appliances will be accepted again this year!
This is the 9th consecutive year for the Full Service Clean Sweep Program coordinated by the Planning and Parks Department, while partnering with the Washington County’s Health Department, Washington County Sheriff’s Department and the Washington County Highway Department.
The drive-through collection makes this program simple and efficient for participants.
A $30 pre-registration fee is required for the hazardous waste and electronic goods. The Pharmaceutical Collection does not require anyone to pre-register. At the Used Tire Collection a maximum of 20 tires will be accepted per participant and disposal fees apply at the time of collection. Registration is limited.
The 2018 Full Service Clean Sweep event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018. Collection will be from 8 a.m. -12:00 (noon) at the Washington County Highway Facility, 900 Lang Street, West Bend, WI 53090
Pre-registration for the Hazardous Waste, E-Goods and Appliances
- Register and Pay Online at washcoparks.com or
- Download the Registration Form from the website and mail in your payment co.washington.wi.us/cleansweep or
- Stop in at the Washington County Land & Water Conservation Division, located at
333 E. Washington St., Suite 2300, West Bend, WI, to submit your payment (cash/check accepted); or
- Call 262.335.4808, leave your name address and phone number. A registration form will be mailed to you.
The following materials will NOT be accepted during the Clean Sweeps: latex paint, motor oil, needles/sharps, radioactive items, smoke detectors, propane tanks and cylinders.
For additional information visit our website at www.co.washington.wi.us/cleansweep