● Important changes to the Clean Sweep Grant application timeline: Starting with 2022 Clean Sweep Grant applications, DATCP will be moving up the grant application period by approximately four months. The new timeline spreads the process more evenly throughout the calendar year, and we also will be able to let you know your approved allocation around July or August to help with your budgeting for the year ahead.
Clean Sweep Grant application timeline:
|Grant solicitation/application request:||Mid-April|
|Grant review and scoring:||June|
|Allocate and announce funding:||July|
|Final reports from current year:||Fall through winter|
Please note that the changes above involve a significant shift in the application window. The application period for 2022 Clean Sweep grants will be announced April 19, 2021, and will close on May 28, 2021. Please watch for this announcement to ensure your application is submitted in time to be eligible for 2022 funding.
Final Reports are still due within 60 days of your Clean Sweep project completion and reimbursements will be processed within 60 days of receipt of your complete Final Report.
● Clean Sweep grant final reports: Beginning with 2021 Clean Sweep grant final reports, recipients must provide itemized invoices or receipts for all reimbursable expenses. (Except salaries, continue to use the Labor Worksheet for any salary expenses)
● 2021 Clean Sweep grants: The application period for 2021 Clean Sweep grants has closed. Applicants will be contacted regarding the results of their applications and 2021 grant award totals once the review process is complete.
● 2020 Clean Sweep grant recipients: Remember to complete your
final report for your 2020 Clean Sweep project. Final reports must be received within 60 days of your project’s completion in order to be eligible to receive 2020 grant funds.
Wisconsin Clean Sweep is a grant program that provides reimbursement to communities that collect and dispose of household hazardous wastes, agricultural pesticides, and prescription drugs. Grants may be awarded to counties, towns, villages, cities, tribes, sanitary and sewerage districts, or regional planning commissions. Grants can support collection and disposal of these products. Prescription drug grants can also be used to buy drop boxes.
Businesses that generate very small quantities of hazardous waste may also use these collections. Collections may be one-day events or may be year-round sites.
Some communities have collections, but do not receive Clean Sweep funding from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.