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Paint pot

If there is paint in liquid or paste formula in the pot, deliver it to a hazardous waste reception site. If there is only a completely dry layer of paint around the edges, you can put the a metal pot in a metal collection bin and a plastic pot in burnable waste. Anti-corrosive paint together with its packaging is always hazardous waste.

Households can take up to 50 kg/l of hazardous waste to the reception free of charge.

The waste belongs to the following waste types:

Burnable wasteHazardous wasteMetal

Sorting guidelines:

Sort both recyclable waste and hazardous waste separately.

Keep different hazardous wastes separately from one another. Store in original packaging or mark the contents of the container. Outdated medicines can be returned to a pharmacy, and used batteries can be returned to the store.

Into the metal collection you can sort waste for which metal makes up more than half of the weight. Electric devices and waste containing hazardous waste make an exception to this rule – they always have to be taken to an appropriate reception.

Take small metal waste into the collection bin at your condominium or at the Rinki eco take-back point. Take larger metal scrap to the sorting stations or the waste treatment centres free of charge.

Waste reception:

Own waste bin, Condominium waste bin, Rinki eco take-back point, Recycling point, Recycling centre, Waste treatment centre, Sorting station

Write your address to see the nearest recycling points