CARROT Program
(Clean Air Retrofit, Replacement, and Off-Road Technology)
A Voluntary Emissions-Reduction Program

State of Utah 2021 Lawn Mower Exchange

There will not be a
2021 Snow Blower Exchange

You can stay up to date on our discount and exchange programs by receiving email notifications.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I still sign up for the Lawn Mower Exchange?

No, the 2021 Lawn Mower Exchange has ended but will resume in Spring 2022

How can I get signed up for the next one?

Subscribe to our mailing list to hear about future events before they open.

Will there be another Exchange this year?

No, the annual Snow Blower Exchange is cancelled this year.

Where can I recycle my yard equipment?

Use the map below to find the metal recycler nearest you. Be sure to dispose of used oil and gas before recycling.

Where can I take my used oil and gas?

Use the map below to find suitable locations nearest you. Used oil can be taken to an AutoZone or O’Reilly’s for free and proper disposal. Used gas is only accepted at a landfill.

When is the best time to contact you?

Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm.

What is the best way to contact you?

Find the Metal Recycler and Oil and Gas Collection Locations Nearest You

Map of Past Equipment Exchanges

Approximate Locations of Lawn Mower, Trimmer, Snowblower Exchanges (Recent Years)

2019 Exchange: Survey Results

2019 Lawn Equipment Exchange: Survey Results

  • 1,259 mowers and 972 trimmers exchanged
  • Survey results based on 912 responses

2019 lawn mower equipment exchange survey results 1- Calculated by comparing a new, model-year 2019, passenger car on the road in Salt Lake County in 2019 to an average 4-stroke lawn mower.

CARROT Program

The CARROT Program was enacted in 2014 by the State Legislature for the DAQ to encourage fleet owners to reduce emissions from heavy-duty engines and non-road equipment. The Program assists the Division in carrying out its mission to protect public health and the environment from the harmful effects of air pollution from mobile sources. The CARROT Program provides incentives through grants, rebates, exchanges, and low-cost purchase programs.

Contact Information

Courtney ( Air Quality Policy Section
Division of Air Quality