SERVICE UPDATE: RAA will be testing new routes beginning April 3rd. Service days will stay the same but timing may change. Place carts out no later than 7am on your collection day, and if it hasn't been picked up by 4pm please notify the city at 734-994-7336 the following business day.

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Artist and hobby paint

Artist/hobby paint is considered a hazardous substance and is only accepted for recycling at Washtenaw County's Home Toxics disposal site.


Recycle Right!

Do not put paint in your curbside recycling bin. Make sure to not throw away paint that contains toxic chemicals in the general trash. Paints with toxic chemicals need to be treated as hazardous waste.


Live Zero Waste!

To prevent wasting large amounts of paint, only use small amounts at a time, and always correctly store unused paint, so it does not dry out before you are able to use it all.


Do any other places accept donations of artist/hobby paint?

The SCRAP Box.

Accepted at:

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