Amazon Paint has been providing solutions for the use of leftover water-based paints since 1992. Using patented processes we have manufactured many million pounds of paint into alternative products.
We have provided unique solutions for leftover paints, even paints that may have expended their useful life as a coating.
Paints with residual coating value can be used to manufacture a green, recycled content coating that can be added to the product line of any paint manufacturer.
Alternatively, we utilize several patents to manufacture non-coatings products from reusable or spent paints.
Paint Stewardship programs managed by PaintCare in California, Oregon and future programs will greatly increase the amount of leftover paints collected in the United States.
Amazon Paint looks forward to working with PaintCare and other Paint Stewardship programs throughout the United States by utilizing all paints in environmentally responsible products, reducing paints sent to landfills and incinerators.
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It is more convenient than ever to recycle paint in Minnesota. Since the start of the Minnesota paint stewardship program in November 2014, PaintCare has set up 256 drop-off sites where the public can take unwanted, leftover paint for recycling. These sites are at paint retailers (paint and hardware stores) and county household hazardous waste facilities that have volunteered to take back paint, and they are available to any household and most businesses in Minnesota. These locations accept paint whenever they are open for business.
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