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Pickup Service for Large Quantities of Used Latex Paint

November 2014 Englewood, Colorado - GreenSheen Paint has started pickup service for large quantities of used and unwanted latex paint. GreenSheen works in collaboration with Community Recycling Events, Homeowners Association (HOA), Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Military Facilities, Project Contractors, Parks & Recreational Facilities, Department of Public Works and Facilities Management, Schools & Universities, Recycling Collection Events, Household Special Waste Collection Days, and City Waste Disposal Departments. Let GreenSheen pickup your latex paint for disposal and recycling. Please give us a call today.


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Old Paint Round-Up at Habitat for Humanity Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Saturday September 21, 2013 - GreenSheen Paint will be holding a latex paint round-up in Steamboat Springs Colorado in partnership with Routt County Habitat For Humanity...Please bring your leftover latex Paint for recycling...All paint collected will be professionally cleaned, brought back to industry standard, repackaged, and resold at Habitat For Humanity all throughout Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming...Please help us to continue on our mission to divert as much latex paint from our landfills as possible!!! Buying GreenSheen Eco-Friendly Paint will Save you an average of 60%-70% over big box stores!!! Stop by Routt County Habitat For Humanity today and try out some Eco-Friendly GreenSheen Paint. HFH also has many other repurposed items for sale that help support Routt County Habitat For Humanity's mission "We build or remodel simple, safe, affordable homes with families in need throughout Routt County."

Round-up Date: Saturday September 21, 2013
Time:10am-2pm
Address: 2851 Riverside Plaza, Steamboat Colorado
$3 Dollar cumulative volume charge "We only charge for the liquid in the can" Please do not intermix paints.

Habitat for Humanity Routt County



GreenSheen Moves into New Corporate Headquarters

July 2013 Englewood, Colorado - GreenSheen Paint relocates and expands into larger facility. The new facility located at: 1281 West Dartmouth Ave Englewood, CO 80110 contains a Retail Paint Store for contractors and homeowners; and Paint Disposal / Recycling Collection Center for latex paint waste. Business Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 4:30pm and Saturday 9am - 1pm.



Meet GreenSheen Paint at Habitat for Humanity Littleton, Colorado

November 01, 2012 Littleton, Colorado - Meet GreenSheen Paint at Habitat for Humanity Littleton Colorado for their ReStore First Anniversary on Saturday November 3rd from 10am to 2pm CLICK HERE



Another step in sustainability: Recycled latex paint

April 22, 2013 Aspen, Colorado - The Glenwood Springs ReStore started selling GreenSheen this winter and sold about 300 gallons as of early April, Scott Gilbert said. The store stocks about 200 gallons of the paint, which comes in 12 basic colors, and it can easily tackle special, bulk orders. The motto for the organization is “Buy green, save green so we can build green.” GreenSheen Paint exceeds the standards established by Green Seal, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit that certifies products and businesses on sustainability and eco-friendly criteria. READ MORE CLICK HERE



GreenSheen Paint partners with Habitat for Humanity in Cheyenne, Wyoming

October 19, 2012 Cheyenne, Wyoming - GreenSheen Paint partners with Habitat for Humanity in Wyoming to recycle paint waste and provide eco-friendly paint to Wyoming consumers. Watch NewsChannel 5 Cheyenne video, CLICK HERE



Recycle your used, unwanted paint

July 26, 2012 Denver, Colorado - According to a recent Colorado Channel 9 News report, The EPA estimates that approximately 400 million gallons of leftover latex paint goes into our landfills every year. That's over 1-million gallons per day. The people at Green Sheen are trying to help by rounding up all your leftover paint and recycling it. CLICK HERE - Read More about this story and view Colorado Channel 9 News Report Featuring Kevin Callahan GreenSheen Paint



GreenSheen keeps paint from landfills

September 21, 2012 Denver, Colorado - The recent Colorado Channel 7 News Video report "Local company keeps paint from landfills" states between 65 million and 1.8 billion gallons of unused latex paint is thrown away annually in the U.S.

GreenSheen is giving used paint a "New Sheen". GreenSheen keeps paint from landfills, CLICK HERE - Watch Colorado Channel 7 News Video featuring Kevin Callahan GreenSheen Paint

GreenSheen encourages homeowners and businesses to recycle their leftover old paint. Greensheen conducts local paint roundups and waste paint collections making it easy for people to clean out their storage areas to recycle their leftover old paints. To schedule a local Paint Roundup, call GreenSheen Paint at (303) 514-3955 or visit their website: www.GreenSheenPaint.com



Recycle your used, unwanted paint

July 26, 2012 Denver, Colorado - According to a recent Colorado Channel 9 News report, The EPA estimates that approximately 400 million gallons of leftover latex paint goes into our landfills every year. That's over 1-million gallons per day. The people at Green Sheen are trying to help by rounding up all your leftover paint and recycling it. CLICK HERE - Read More about this story and view Colorado Channel 9 News Report Featuring Kevin Callahan GreenSheen Paint



GOT PAINT???

Seems everybody does, and it's not just on their walls. You probably have paint cans in your closet, on your basement shelves and in the garage. You're not alone. In 2003, the EPA estimated that in the U.S. alone, there were nearly one million gallons of leftover paint every day. That's more than 3.6 billion pounds of leftover paint polluting your environment and seeping into your ground water every year.

What can you do? The County holds "round-ups" where they'll dispose of it. They charge a lot and don't fix the problem! Even though they charge an upfront fee or "donation" at the time you drop it off, it still costs taxpayers 100's of thousands of dollars and the paint still isn't gone. The majority of it goes straight into a landfill here in Colorado.

What should you do? Recycle it! Take your leftover latex paint to GreenSheen. They will properly dispose of it through recycling. Plus, for a limited time, they will give you a credit toward the purchase of any new (recycled) paint from their large inventory. What else should you do? Demand recycled paint! Next time you paint, buy recycled paint. Next time you hire a painter, demand that he use recycled paint. GreenSheen hand selects its colors and blends latex paint in designer shades just like the original manufacturers. The difference? GreenSheen Paint saves up to 75% off retail and is environmentally friendly. Even on small jobs the savings add up.

- Newspaper article week of February 6, 2012




RECYCLED CONTENT PAINT??? IS THIS STUFF GOOD???


That's probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think about recycled content paint. At GreenSheen that's the most common question. The answer is a definitive YES! It is not only good, it's often times better than virgin content paints and available at a fraction of the cost.

Have you ever looked at shades of a color from different manufacturers and liked one better? Not because it was a different shade of the color but because it was "nicer", "more brilliant", "deeper", or "more complex"? That's likely because one manufacturer uses different colorant than the next and thereby gets "better" colors. Because GreenSheen uses several different paint colors, rather than virgin colorants, to achieve their end product, their colors are often times described as being "nicer", "more brilliant", "deeper", and "more complex".

Many Government and "big job" contractors have used recycled content paints for years because of its environmental impact and cost savings. Now that it is becoming more widely available, decorators the world over are more commonly using it because of its wide range of "more complex" colors.

What can you do? Next time you buy paint, buy GreenSheen. Next time you hire a painter, demand that he use GreenSheen. The environmental impact is substantial and the cost savings are immediate and measurable. There is no down side! Even on small jobs the savings add up.

- Newspaper article week of February 13, 2012