The SWEEP+ Standard for Local Government and Materials Management Industry is
Now Available!

Secure your status in the
SWEEP+ Pilot
Certification Program

COMMITTEE & SWEEP MEMBERS

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The SWEEP Standard Looking Into 2021: Opportunities & Addressable Markets

We offer a range of memberships

LOCAL GOVERNMENT MEMBERSHIPS

starting at
$ 250 /yr

Small City/County

Medium City/County

Large City/County

INDUSTRY MEMBERSHIPS

starting at
$ 250 /yr

Small Business

Medium Business

Large Business

OTHER MEMBERSHIPS

starting at
$ 50 /yr

Non-profit/University

Individual/Unaffiliated

State/Federal Agency

Join Industry Experts

SWEEP Committees are run by Solid Waste experts from across the country.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is SWEEP

SWEEP stands for Solid Waste Environmental Excellence Protocol.

SWEEP is a market transformation standard targeting municipalities & waste management service providers that will identify and reward leaders in Sustainable Materials Management. SWEEP also defines a roadmap to evaluate comprehensive policies and calculate achievement metrics, as well as provides performance benchmarks for sustainable waste collection, recovery and disposal practices and technologies.

What are the Vision and Mission of SWEEP?

SWEEP Vision
A world without waste where materials are valued and continually utilized for their highest and best purpose, without causing harm to human health and the environment.

SWEEP Mission
To promote continuous improvement toward a zero waste society that is environmentally restorative, economically productive, socially just, and to recognize and reward municipal and industry leadership in sustainable materials management.

Why is SWEEP being developed?

In spite of stagnant performance in the industry there is a strong and growing interest in the lifecycle of sustainable materials management.

There are no universally accepted standards, protocols or definitions governing municipal and waste management industry performance for sustainable materials management for MSW.

Voluntary standards, such as LEED, have led to profound positive transformations of the industries that adopt them.

How can I get involved?

We are beginning the process of forming several new committees:

  • Market Committees: Municipalities and Solid Waste Industry
  • Performance Category Committees:Sustainable Materials Management
  • Waste Generation & Prevention
  • Collection
  • Post-Collection Processing and Disposal
  • KPI Categories (listed above)

Write us at: info@sweepstandard.org

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