The availability of places to take your leftover paint depends on where you live. In some states, such as California and Minnesota, there are well-developed programs called Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) facilities that take leftover paint (and other materials that should not go in the trash), for no charge. In other states, there may be few if any, places that will accept your waste paint for recycling or disposal.

For information on where you can take leftover paint, try contacting your local county government, visit Earth911 or call 1-800-CLEAN-UP.

Please note that most Household Hazardous Waste programs do not accept paint from businesses. However, Amazon will accept non-hazardous water-based paints and some chemically similar wastes from businesses for recycling.

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