Paint Disposal and Paint Recycling by State

by Matt Millensifer on April 22, 2020

Paint Disposal and Paint Recycling by State

 

Alabama – Dry Paint

Alaska – Dry Paint

Arizona – Dry Paint

Arkansas – Dry Paint

California – Mandatory Recycle

Colorado – Dry Paint

Connecticut – PaintCare – check with municipal transfer station; some yes, some no

Delaware – Solidify

Florida – Dry Paint

Georgia – Dry Paint

Hawaii – Dry Paint

Idaho – Dry Paint

Illinois – Dry Paint

Indiana – Dry Paint

Iowa – Dry Paint

Kansas – Dry Paint

Kentucky – Dry Paint

Louisiana – Dry Paint

Maine – PaintCare with Stewardship program

Maryland – Dry Paint

Massachusetts – Dry Paint

Michigan – Dry Paint

Minnesota – PaintCare – totally dry paint can be land filled in MCPA permitted mixed solid waste landfill

Mississippi – GreenSheen recycling program

Missouri – Dry Paint as last resort

Montana – Dry Paint

Nebraska – Dry Paint

Nevada – Dry Paint

New Hampshire – Dry Paint

New Jersey – Dry Paint as last resort

New Mexico – Dry Paint

New York – Dry Paint

North Carolina – Dry Paint

North Dakota – Dry Paint

Ohio – Dry Paint

Oklahoma – Dry Paint

Oregon - Dry Paint - GreenSheen, PaintCare

     (for latex paint jobs, clean brushes in water that flows into the public sewer system)

Pennsylvania – Dry Paint

Rhode Island – PaintCare; GreenSheen

South Carolina – Dry Paint

South Dakota – Dry Paint

Tennessee – Dry Paint

Texas – Dry Paint

Utah – Dry Paint

Vermont – Dry Paint as last resort; preferably recycle center

Virginia – Dry Paint

Washington – Dry Paint

West Virginia – Dry Paint

Wisconsin – Dried solid; but indicated using kitty litter to do so

Wyoming – Dry Paint

District of Columbia - PaintCare

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