Agricultural Pesticide Collection Event, May 2022

It's time to dispose of old, restricted, or unusable pesticides.

Pesticide collection events ensure safe disposal of old, restricted or unusable materials.

Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District is happy to announce that there will be a FREE Agricultural Pesticide Collection Event on Saturday, May 14, 2022 in Clackamas, OR.

This is an ideal opportunity for forest landowners, farmers, and other commercial and institutional pesticide users or their family members to search out their barns, sheds, and basements for old, restricted, or unusable pesticides.

Participation in the event is FREE and ANONYMOUS, but participants must pre-register for an appointment. This allows Clean Harbors to have the necessary containers and protective equipment on hand to manage incoming pesticides.

Funding for this agricultural pesticide collection event is limited, so please register early to secure your spot!

Pre-Register for the Pesticide Collection Event by May 1st.

  • Contact Jonathan Van Hoesen of Clean Harbor Environmental Services at 503-307-3603 or by email at [email protected]
  • After May 1st, call Clean Harbors to see if room is available
  • Registration Forms and additional information can be found below
Clackamas County 2022 ODA Pesticide Collection Event Application Revised
Clackamas County 2022 ODA Pesticide Collection Event Application Revised
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Disposal of pesticides by producers is offered at no charge to encourage participation in the event. Any and all information provided to Clean Harbor is for internal use only to ensure safe and effective collection and is confidential. This information will not be provided to any government agencies or third parties.

We will also accept clean, “dirt and residue free”, triple rinsed or pressure-washed plastic pesticide containers at this pesticide collection event. No registration is needed for empty containers.

This collection event is sponsored by: Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District, Clackamas River Water Providers, Valley Agriplas, and the Oregon Department of Agriculture.

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