Residents must wear face coverings.
All sites are
currently operating as per the schedule below.
Please continue to check this
website prior to delivering your paint to a drop-off site.
Paint Drop-Off Days are scheduled on weekends, from 8 a.m. to noon at various locations, according to the listing below. This service is available free of charge, and is open only to Middlesex County residents.
Middlesex Borough Recycling Center, 1200 Mountain Avenue
East Brunswick Recycling Center, 357 Dunhams Corner Road
Dunellen Public Works, 235 Hall Street
New Brunswick Public Works, 400 Jersey Avenue
Old Bridge Public Works (At the Municipal Complex), 1 Old Bridge Plaza
South Plainfield Recycling Center, Kenneth Ave.
Helmetta, 51 Main Street (Behind Borough Hall)
Monroe Public Works, 76 Gravel Hill-Spotswood Road
Woodbridge Public Works, 225 Smith Street, Keasbey
South Brunswick Recycling Center (at the Muncipal Complex) 540 Ridge Road
Acceptable items include latex (water based) paint, oil based paint, stains, varnishes, lacquers, thinners, spray paint (aerosol) and driveway sealer. Items must be labeled.
Unacceptable items include empty containers or latex paint that is dried out. These may be disposed of with your regular trash. Also unacceptable are household hazardous wastes and contractor/business generated material.
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