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Earth Day Celebration 2022

The Global Paint for Charity, Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful, and Gwinnett County Solid Waste Division & Partners invite you to join our 2022 Earth Day Celebration at Coolray Field (formerly known as Gwinnett Stadium), 2500 Buford Dr, Lawrenceville, GA 30043, on Saturday, April 23rd, from 9 am – 12 pm. You will have the opportunity to drop off items that are usually more difficult to recycle, such as paint (Latex and Oil Paint) Electronics, and tires. Paper shredding will also be available.

This event is free to the Gwinnett County residents. Gwinnett’s Annual Earth Day Celebration is the world’s largest and oldest recycling event that invites the local residents to celebrate our shared earth and help protect the environment. Consistently attracting over 3000-5,000 attendees and partner organizations. We expect to recycle over 6000 gallons of paint in just three hours. The COVID-19 pandemic caused many people to renovate their homes, resulting in tons of leftover paints in their basement and garage.

Have you done any renovations to your home recently? Do you have leftover latex paints from your quarantine projects that you can’t get rid of? (huff!! huff!!) Well, we have some good news for you. Celebrate 2022 Earth Day by bringing your leftover paint for proper disposal while supporting our free paint donation programs worldwide. Donate your leftover paints and help us change lives and beautify the world, one gallon at a time.

Here are some essential things to remember before you come:

Oil-based and Latex paint will be accepted and limited to 10 gallons per vehicle (Cans must contain 25% wet paint). Make sure you seal the lid of the containers (buckets and cans) tightly.
Electronics ($15 cash fee per monitor or TV; $5 cash fee per printer)
Paper (shredding up to 5 copier boxes)
Tires are limited to eight tires per vehicle; no dealer tires

Due to the ongoing COVID crisis, we will adhere to COVID19 COVID19 social distancing as provided by the State Government.

General COVID19 Precautions:

All attendees are encouraged to wear masks.
All attendees should remain in their vehicle at all times
Items and materials to be recycled should be placed in disposable containers or boxes
Containers (Buckets or Cans of paint) or boxes of quarts should be placed in the trunks or backs of vehicles where they will be removed by Global Paint representatives and will not be returned.
This level of preparedness and awareness will enable a safe and successful event for everyone. For more information, please call the Solid Waste Call Center at 770.822.7141 or Global Paint for Charity at 855-853-7772.

Earth Day is an annual event celebrated around the world in April to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First celebrated in 1970, it now includes events coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network in more than 193 countries. It may be hard to imagine that before 1970, a factory could spew black clouds of toxic smoke into the air or dump tons of hazardous and toxic waste into landfills, and that was perfectly legal. There was no Clean Air Act, no U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), no Clean Water Act, and most importantly, there were no legal or regulatory guidelines and tools to protect our environment. They could not be taken to court to stop illegal dumping.

Recycling is good for the earth, so in honor of the 2022 Earth Day event, Global Paint and Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful encourage you to protect our planet and not abuse it. Please check our TAKE ACTION page for information about organizing a Paint Drive in your community, or to learn more, visit -TAKE ACTION!!

Volunteer opportunities: Registration is encouraged.

If you are looking for some community service hours or an exciting activity to make a difference on Earth Day this year. please visit Volunteer – Global Paint for Charity or click