Latex Paint Recycling

Need Paint or Need to Get Rid of Paint?

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FREE Paint Swap! Donate your leftover Latex and Oil-Based Paint to the paint swap at the Tehama County/Red Bluff Landfill and/or take home paint that someone else has donated. It’s a great way to reuse leftover paint, and a great bargain, too! Free paint pick-up is only available at the Tehama County/Red Bluff Landfill: 19995 Plymire Rd. Red Bluff, CA 96080  Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm, weekends 8:00 am - 2:30 pm. Tehama County Residents 18 years of age or older. 

For more information, call 528-1103. Please do not call the stores.

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Donate Paint at the following locations for FREE:

1. Tehama County/Red Bluff Landfill 19995 Plymire Rd. Red Bluff, CA 96080

2. Red Bluff Paint Mart 435 Antelope Blvd. Red Bluff, CA 96080

3. Los Molinos Ace Hardware 7930 Highway 99E Los Molinos, CA 96055

Latex and Oil-Based • Paint can must have a label and a tight fitting lid 

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Paint Product Stewardship Program

The Tehama County Solid Waste Management Agency in partnership with San Joaquin County, and the City and County of San Francisco were awarded a $400,000 17th Cycle Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Grant from the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) to develop a statewide paint product stewardship program.

This project taught consumers how to buy the right amount of paint, properly store leftovers, and provide reuse and recycling options. For paint that cannot be reduced or reused, the project goal was to increase collection of unused paint for recycling and stimulate the recycled paint market. The key project goal was to develop a paint stewardship program that would be handed over to the paint industry to manage and that can be a national model. The project was a SUCCESS and AB1343 was passed! The AB 1343 (Paint Product Stewardship bill) was signed into law and requires manufacturers to fund a take-back program for paint beginning in July 2012. More information regarding the 17th Cycle HHW Paint Product Stewardship Grant is available on the California Product Stewardship Council website