Responsibly Dispose of Unused Paint at One-Day Twentynine Palms Recycling Event

 

Saturday, February 29,2020, 9 a.m.– 1 p.m., Twentynine Palms Junior High

 

What: Free and convenient one-day paint drop-off event. Residents and businesses can safely and easily drop off unused paint for recycling. Households may bring any amount of paint, stain, and varnish. Limits apply to businesses, see below. Paint dropped off in good condition will be made available to the public for free. 

 

Who: Open to all residents and businesses in the Twentynine Palms area (California businesses and residents only). Sponsored by PaintCare, a non-profit stewardship organization responsible for paint recycling programs in California, nine other states, and the District of Columbia. 

 

PaintCare Will Accept: Unwanted house paint and primers (latex or oil-based); stains; deck and concrete sealers; and clear finishes (varnish and shellac). Paint must be in sealed, original containers with the original manufacturer label.

 

PaintCare CANNOT Accept: Leaking, unlabeled, or empty containers; aerosol spray paints; drums or containers larger than five gallons; hazardous waste or other chemicals, such as paint thinner, solvents, motor oil, spackle, glue, adhesive, roofing tar, pesticides, or cleaning chemicals.

 

 

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Responsibly Dispose of Unused Paint at One-Day Twentynine Palms Recycling Event

 

Saturday, February 29,2020, 9 a.m.– 1 p.m., Twentynine Palms Junior High

 

What: Free and convenient one-day paint drop-off event. Residents and businesses can safely and easily drop off unused paint for recycling. Households may bring any amount of paint, stain, and varnish. Limits apply to businesses, see below. Paint dropped off in good condition will be made available to the public for free. 

 

Who: Open to all residents and businesses in the Twentynine Palms area (California businesses and residents only). Sponsored by PaintCare, a non-profit stewardship organization responsible for paint recycling programs in California, nine other states, and the District of Columbia. 

 

PaintCare Will Accept: Unwanted house paint and primers (latex or oil-based); stains; deck and concrete sealers; and clear finishes (varnish and shellac). Paint must be in sealed, original containers with the original manufacturer label.

 

PaintCare CANNOT Accept: Leaking, unlabeled, or empty containers; aerosol spray paints; drums or containers larger than five gallons; hazardous waste or other chemicals, such as paint thinner, solvents, motor oil, spackle, glue, adhesive, roofing tar, pesticides, or cleaning chemicals.

 

 

Where: Twentynine Palms Junior High 

             5798 Utah Trail 

 Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

 

When: Saturday, February 29, 2020, 9 a.m.– 1 p.m.

 

Business Limits

Businesses that generate less than 220 pounds (about 20–30 gallons) of hazardous waste per month may bring latex and a limited amount of oil-based paint. Businesses that generate more than 220 pounds of hazardous waste per month may bring any amount of latex paint, but oil-based paint will not be accepted. Businesses with questions about limits should call (855) PAINT09. 

 

Photo Opportunity: Members of the local community dropping off unused, unwanted paint for recycling.

 

More Informationhttps://www.paintcare.org/29-palms/

 

Residents of Twentynine Palms can also take advantage of free paint recycling year-round at permanent PaintCare drop-off locations in the area. Find the most convenient site for you at: https://www.paintcare.org/drop-off-locations/#/find-a-drop-off-site.

 

About PaintCare and PaintCare in California

PaintCare is committed to making it easy and convenient for residents and businesses to recycle postconsumer (leftover) paint in states with paint stewardship laws. A nonprofit organization created by paint manufacturers, PaintCare sets up drop-off locations for leftover paint, arranges for recycling and proper disposal, and conducts public education. Nearly 22 million gallons of paint, stain, and varnish have been managed by PaintCare’s California program since its launch in 2012. For additional information, visit www.paintcare.org.

 

 

 

 

             5798 Utah Trail 

 Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

 

When: Saturday, February 29, 2020, 9 a.m.– 1 p.m.

 

Business Limits

Businesses that generate less than 220 pounds (about 20–30 gallons) of hazardous waste per month may bring latex and a limited amount of oil-based paint. Businesses that generate more than 220 pounds of hazardous waste per month may bring any amount of latex paint, but oil-based paint will not be accepted. Businesses with questions about limits should call (855) PAINT09. 

 

Photo Opportunity: Members of the local community dropping off unused, unwanted paint for recycling.

 

More Informationhttps://www.paintcare.org/29-palms/

 

Residents of Twentynine Palms can also take advantage of free paint recycling year-round at permanent PaintCare drop-off locations in the area. Find the most convenient site for you at: https://www.paintcare.org/drop-off-locations/#/find-a-drop-off-site.

 

About PaintCare and PaintCare in California

PaintCare is committed to making it easy and convenient for residents and businesses to recycle postconsumer (leftover) paint in states with paint stewardship laws. A nonprofit organization created by paint manufacturers, PaintCare sets up drop-off locations for leftover paint, arranges for recycling and proper disposal, and conducts public education. Nearly 22 million gallons of paint, stain, and varnish have been managed by PaintCare’s California program since its launch in 2012. For additional information, visit www.paintcare.org.

 

 

 

 

Schedules

  • Occurred Saturday, February 29th, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Venue

Twentynine Palms Junior High

5798 Utah Trail
Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

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