Disposal of Items

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Large Art Work (Framed or Unframed)
Garbage, Large Item Pick-up
Place in the garbage. If the item is too large to fit into a garbage bag or garbage can: Schedule a large item pick-up. Pick-ups must be booked at least 2 days before your regular collection day.
Paint brush / roller
Garbage
Place in the garbage. Ensure that any residual paint on the brush dries and hardens before placing it in the garbage.
Paint can (full or partially full)
Household Hazardous Waste Depot
Bring this item to a Household Hazardous Waste Depot. This item is hazardous and cannot be placed in the garbage or recycling. Learn more about what happens to recycled paint: http://looppaint.com/paint/
Paint can (metal or plastic - empty)
Blue Box
Place in the Blue Box. Plastic and metal paint cans with a thin layer of residual dry paint are accepted. Remove the lid from the paint can before placing in the Blue Box.
Paint tray
Garbage
Place in the garbage. Ensure that any residual paint on the paint tray dries and hardens before placing it in the garbage.
Solvents and thinners
Household Hazardous Waste Depot
Bring this item to a Household Hazardous Waste Depot. This item is hazardous and cannot be placed in the garbage or recycling.
Spray paint (empty)
Blue Box
Place in the Blue Box. Remove lid and place it in the garbage. Aerosol can lids are too small to be recovered in the recycling process.
Spray paint (full or partially full)
Household Hazardous Waste Depot
Bring this item to a Household Hazardous Waste Depot. This item is hazardous and cannot be placed in the garbage or recycling.

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