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Paint can be recycled for a fee at businesses, such as Stericycle Specialty Waste Solutions and Household Hazardous Waste Pickup. Please call 602-276-7602 for more information.
Paint may also be disposed of as trash after it has been hardened. To harden paint, add paint hardener (may be purchased at home improvement stores) or, clay cat litter to the paint, leave the paint can open and let it dry. When paint is dry, leave the lid off and dispose of in your regular trash.
For an $8 fee county transfer stations can take used refrigerator's after the Freon is evacuated, the compressor is removed and tagged by an appropriate vendor. Item will not be accepted if item has not met these conditions.
Contact your municipality to see if there is an HHW event in your area. The county transfer stations can take a limited amount (5 gallons) of used oil and antifreeze for recycling but no other HHW items. Bring them to a Transfer Station.
Companies such as, Stericycle Specialty Waste Solutions may take other household hazardous waste (HHW) material for a fee (PDF). Please contact them for more information.
The county transfer stations accept incandescent, LED and non mercury coating fluorescent light bulbs. Companies such as Batteries Plus Bulbs may recycle fluorescent bulbs that contain mercury. Please contact the nearest location, fees may apply; visit their website to find a store near you.