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Option 1: You can dry it up and throw it away. You can do this by adding kitty litter, oil-dry, or sand to the paint. Once it's dry, leave the lid off so your trash hauler can see that it is hard and they will take it with your normal trash. If you don't have access to kitty litter, oil-dry, or sand, you can get a cardboard box or newspaper and pour a layer of paint on it, let it dry, pour another layer, let it dry, and just keep repeating the process until it is all dry. Once it's dry, just throw it away.
Option 2: You can take it to the Habitat for Humanity Restore located at 1310 Conant St. in Maumee. They charge $2.00 per can. If you have any questions about their program, please call 419-382-1964.
Option 3: You can schedule an appointment to drop it off for $1.00 per can up to a gallon size can (anything larger up to 5 gallon size can is $5.00 per can )by calling our office at 419-213-2230. We have appointments available on Thursday and Saturday mornings for all of your household hazardous waste.
We are excited to bring you a local option for recycling household hazardous waste. It is open to all Lucas County Residents and limited to individual households. No materials from business or industrial sites will be accepted.
All you have to do is Register! Appointments available on Thursday and Saturday mornings. Please call 419-213-2230 and provide the type of material you plan to dispose and arrange a time for drop-off. Please refer to our HHW Flyer for acceptable materials. The cost is $1.00/lb for everything with the exception of fluorescent bulbs (they are $1.00 each bulb). Or another option is ERG Environmental Services at 800-284-9107 or 419-354-6110 located in Bowling Green.
You can take them to anyplace that sells tires; however, there will be a charge where ever you go. The charge varies by location.