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I open the cans and let the paint dry out and dispose of in the trash. I haven't needed to do this in Ocean City, so I am not sure of their legal disposal rules, which is probably the best place to start. Make sure you're "green"!
By looneylulu from Ocean City, MD
Editor's Note: Many local areas have recycling programs for paint. Check with your waste disposal company to find out the correct procedures for disposal.
Here in Georgia at our county dump, there is a bin marked for used paint disposal.
Check with your local county.
By Sherry from Valdosta, GA
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I have several cans of very, very old paint in my garage that I want to dispose of. What is the acceptable way to do this and abide by the law? I live in Ohio. Thank you.
Call your local mayor's office and ask if your city has a place where paint and other materials that cannot go in the regular garbage can be dropped off. Most towns and cities have such a place nowadays.