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First household hazardous waste collection event, April 14

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Sheboygan County’s popular Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program has announced its 2018 dates according to Planning, Resources, Agriculture & Extension Committee Chairman Keith Abler.

Click here to see fees and listed of items you can drop off

First Collection date:

April 14, 8-11 a.m.
Maywood Environmental Park, 3615 Mueller Road, Sheboygan.

2018 Clean Sweep*:

June 8, 1-4:30 p.m.
Sheboygan County Highway Southside Shed, 7614 Frontage Road, Sheboygan

June 9, 8-11 a.m.
Sheboygan County Highway Cascade Shed, W6451 State Highway 28, Cascade

*County residents are encouraged to try and attend the Clean Sweep events as they are in part funded through a grant.

Farms having agricultural hazardous waste should try to attend the June 8th or June 9th events and are asked to pre-register their waste 1 week prior to the collection date with Mike Ballweg at the UW Extension Office, (920) 459-5904 if the quantity is greater than 250 pounds.

If you are a Very Small Quantity Generator Business please call the County Planning & Conservation Department at (920) 459-3060 for guidance.

If there is funding remaining after the earlier events, there will also be a collection on September 15.  The location and time will be announced at a later date.

County residents may at any time throughout the year drop off their waste pharmaceuticals for recycling in the lobbies of the Sheboygan Police Department, Kohler Police Department, Sheboygan Falls Police Department, the Plymouth Police Department, and the Elkhart Lake Police Department.

For information on types of materials accepted, maps identifying the locations of the sites, the associated fees, and other information, please visit and navigate to the Planning & Conservation Department website page.  Please keep in mind latex based paints are not accepted and that these events are only open to Sheboygan County residents.

For Additional Information Contact: Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Department, (920) 459-3060

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