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Paint Recycling Service

It’s reported that British Columbians recycle over 2 million liters of paint each year. Thats over 500,000 gallons of household paint, just think, enough to paint more than 5000 Boeing 747’s! And this, doesn’t even include the small amounts of paint and plastics left behind on the average job site! So once you see the big picture, these small amounts tell a pretty clear story.

There’s no argument about the potential damage and environmental impact of the painting industry. Our job as stewards is to make smart decisions for the future.

Q - Where can I recycle paint?

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Throughout our 15 years of quality painting and community service to Victoria, Top Coat Painting has promoted environmental awareness. Effective project management, smart product purchases and the proper systems of disposal and handling paint and debris are some of the ways we are trying to reduce the effects of our industry.

Our Curbside Paint Pick-Up recycling service is not exclusive to Top Coat Painting clients only. With a minimum donation of $10, Top Coat Painting will come to your address and pick up and recycle your unwanted collection of interior and exterior paints. This donation goes directly to the Firefighter’s Burn Fund which houses families undergoing treatment for burn injuries.

All you need to do is contact Top Coat Painting and we’ll arrange a time to deliver prompt and professional service while cleaning up your community one house at a time. With environmental initiatives like this, we can reduce the pollution and make better decisions for the future!

One small way Top Coat Painting is making a local environmental difference is by offering their complimentary Curbside Paint Pick-Up and removal of all old and unwanted paint off your property and recycling them at the designated Product Care centers. This not only saves you time and effort but also contributes to a cleaner environment.

Curbside Paint Pick-Up

Every paint retail store in BC retains a small deposit fee with every purchase, put aside for the future recycling and disposal of that product. This is an integrated stewardship program initiated by the local and provincial governments to create a future of Zero Waste. Our production standards are based on the respect of nature and the balance between quality painting and sustainable practices.

Ellice Recycle Ltd.
516 David, Victoria
Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5pm, Sat & Sun 8:30am-5pm

Hartland Recycling Depot
#1 Hartland Avenue, Victoria
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat 7am-2pm

Oak Bay Recycling Depot
1771 Elgin Road, Victoria
Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm Sat 8am-12pm

Q - What kind of paint is accepted for recycling?

A - Almost all kinds of household paints are recyclable. Please see the link below for detailed information for acceptable paint products.

Q - Where can I find more information about recycling?

A - The following links provide an abundance of information regarding environmental initiatives in your local community.

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British Columbia’s Recycling Handbook

Recycling Council of British Columbia

British Columbia Ministry of Environment

CRD - Household Hazardous Waste Info

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