Paint / paint tin
This can NOT go in your household bins or to landfill.
Liquid paint, paint hardened in tins and empty paint tins can be dropped off at Hackham Recyclers as part of the national Paintback program. This program accepts paint from households and businesses.
- Hackham Recyclers - CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
15 Cottage Lane, Hackham
Phone: 8384 8667
Please note that there are restrictions on what will/will not be accepted. For further information visit Paintback.
You can take your unwanted paint and household chemicals to the Adelaide Waste and Recycling Centre, 181 Morphett Road, North Plympton. Ph: (08) 8295 5077. Open 7 days.
Dry paint and empty paint cans can go in your red/waste to landfill bin.
These CANNOT go in your household bins or to landfill.
Fuels and household chemicals can be dangerous if they are not stored or disposed of safely and also please be aware that Hazardous Wastes can not be disposed of in the general waste bin as they are harmful to human health and the environment.
You can take your unwanted paint and household chemicals to:
Adelaide Waste and Recycling Centre
181 Morphett Road
Ph: 08 8295 5077
Open: Monday to Friday 7am–4pm, Saturday 8am–3pm, Sunday 10am–3pm.
Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre
32 Scott Creek Road
Ph: 08 8339 4323
Open: Monday to Friday 7.30am–4pm, weekends 9am–4pm.
Aerosol paint cans- empty
Empty aerosol cans - put in the yellow/recycling bin.