Attn: Evergreen Homeowners: How to dispose of latex paint and paint can disposal? Latex paint is a non-hazardous material that must be disposed of properly. Latex paint should never be disposed in your normal trash. Latex paint is less toxic than oilbased paint, but it still has poisonous chemicals in it. Never dump the old paint down storm drains where it will travel directly to surface and/or ground waters. Old latex paint could be filled with harmful molds. Old Paint Cans may contain potentially dangerous toxins. Disposing of paints into Colorado landfills is an improper paint disposal practice. Most Colorado hazardous waste collection facilities in the Evergreen area do not accept old latex paint for disposal.
How can I dispose of paint in Evergreen? GreenSheen Paint offers an inexpensive latex paint disposal service for residents, contractors, businesses and organizations. For Evergreen Latex Paint Disposal, call us at: (303) 514-3955 or click here email us to obtain latex paint disposal information.
GreenSheen is Colorados largest paint recycling company. PaintCare Paint Disposal Partner. Full-service latex paint disposal and recycling company serving Evergreen Homeowners and Evergreen Contractors.
Recycle Your Latex Paint Call (303) 514 – 3955
Evergreen Paint Disposal – Free of Charge PaintCare Disposal
A new paint disposal program affecting all architectural paint users in Evergreen
Greensheen is happy to announce we will be participating as an official PaintCare Paint Disposal Partner. Beginning July 1st, 2015, common household paints, including waterborne architectural paints, primers, stains, and numerous other products can be easily and conveniently disposed of FREE OF CHARGE.
Evergreen Paint Disposal Solutions:
GreenSheen recycles latex paint, also recycles plastic and metal paint cans and pails. We use the paint products collected to produce premium quality GreenSheen latex paint that is available in a wide range of designer inspired colors, great for use inside and out and available at a fraction of the cost of well-known paint brands. At GreenSheen, we are painting Evergreen toward a greener future by providing an inexpensive, environmentally safe and convenient way to dispose of and recycle unwanted latex paint.
For Evergreen Homeowners / HOA Associations – Latex Paint Waste Disposal:
Phone: (303) 514-3955 or click here email us to obtain latex paint disposal instructions. You can dispose of old paint as follows:
2) Large Quantities, arrange Evergreen pickup service.
3) Organize a Evergreen Paint Disposal Roundup. We encourage local community groups to organize and collect old paint waste for disposal. We work with local and regional governments, Evergreen community organizations, Evergreen homeowners, HOA neighborhood associations to collect latex paint waste for disposal and recycling. For assistance in organizing a Evergreen paint disposal roundup, call (303) 514-3955.
For Evergreen Contractors / Businesses – Latex Paint Waste Disposal:
We accept old, unused and excess latex paints. Many Evergreen Household Hazardous Waste sites will refuse old latex paint waste. We are a PaintCare Recycling Facility. For Evergreen contractors and businesses we provide scheduled pickup at your Evergreen office or construction site. Our latex paint disposal service is designed to aid and assist in approved paint disposal waste management practices for Evergreen contractors and Evergreen businesses under PaintCare Guidelines.
Evergreen Paint Disposal – Paint Waste Collection Instructions:
- •We accept house paint and primers, stains, sealers, and clear coatings (e.g., shellac and varnish) but we do not accept aerosols (spray cans), solvents, and products intended for industrial or non-architectural use. Paint must be in its original container, and the container must have a label and a secured lid. We cannot accept open or leaking cans. There is no charge for dropping off paint at GreenSheen’s PaintCare drop-off site.
- • We only accept latex paint products in good condition. Bring paint in its original container with a legible label. Do not mix paints or intermix different paint products or paint brands into one container.
- • Latex paint over 20 years old may contain lead must be brought to a Colorado hazardous waste facility in Evergreen for disposal.
- • We do not accept household hazardous waste items.
- • We reserve the right to not accept anything other than latex paint in reusable condition, in its original container with a readable label.