Pittsburgh Paint

Disposal & Recycling of Pittsburgh Paint

Paint Recycling Facility accepts Pittsburgh Paint for Disposal

Dispose of Pittsburgh Paint - Recycle Pittsburgh Paint Cans

We accept Pittsburgh Paint for recycling. Deliver Pittsburgh Paint to any GreenSheen Paint Recycling drop-off location. Common household latex paints, including waterborne architectural paints, primers, stains, and numerous other products can be easily and conveniently disposed of at GreenSheen's Paint Drop-off Locations in Arizona, Colorado, and Washington.

STEP 1 - DISPOSE OF OLD, LEFTOVER & USED PAINT

Get rid of old Pittsburgh Paint. Gather Pittsburgh Paint and paint cans stored at home, garage, place of business, warehouse or construction site.


STEP 2 - DELIVER TO GREENSHEEN PAINT DISPOSAL LOCATIONS

Where to recycle Pittsburgh Paint? A paint recycling option is to deliver Pittsburgh Paint to our GreenSheen Drop-off Locations in Arizona, Colorado, or Washington.

View ARIZONA PAINT DISPOSAL FACILITY in Phoenix, Arizona

View COLORADO PAINT DISPOSAL FACILITY in Denver, Colorado

View WASHINGTON PAINT DISPOSAL FACILITY in Seattle, Washington


STEP 3 - SCHEDULE PAINT DISPOSAL PICKUP SERVICE

CALL GREENSHEEN PAINT DISPOSAL FACILITY for Pittsburgh Paint Disposal. Pickup Fees May Apply. Pittsburgh Paint disposal pickup service is available for Homeowners, Businesses and Contractors. NO hazardous waste items accepted on pickup service.


We DO NOT ACCEPT OIL BASED PAINT or aerosols (spray cans), solvents, sealers and products intended for industrial or non architectural use. Paint must be in its original container, and the container must have a label and secure lid. We cannot accept open or leaking cans. We reserve the right to refuse anything other than latex paint in reusable condition, in its original container with a readable label.

Pittsburgh Paint recycling makes a difference reducing the environmental impact of paint disposal in our landfills and helps in developing sustainable solutions for our ecosystems. Never dump the old Pittsburgh Paint down storm drains where it will travel directly to surface and/or ground waters. Old paint could be filled with harmful molds and potentially dangerous toxins.

Dumping of paint into landfills maybe illegal and an improper paint disposal practice. Many hazardous waste collection facilities do not accept paint for disposal.

Disclaimer: This content page is provided for general information only about paint recycling, reuse, and proper paint disposal options for residents and businesses. It should not be construed as legal advice, or regulatory interpretation. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, you should consult with a knowledgeable professional. We are not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with Pittsburgh Paint or any of its group of companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, or paint stores. The use in this website of trademarked names and images is strictly for editorial purposes, and no commercial claim to their use, or suggestion of sponsorship or endorsement, is made by the authors or publisher.

NOTE: THE UNAUTHORIZED DISPOSAL OF PAINT AT ANY FACILITY IS A FEDERAL OFFENSE AND IS PUNISHABLE BY LAW!