What The HEC | Paintback- turn unwanted paint into energy

Ever wondered what the heck to do with your old paint tins? Paintback takes unwanted paint and packaging and responsibly disposes of it, diverting it from landfill and vital waterways. The packaging and waste liquid are separated. The containers are recycled, subject to contamination. The solvent paint can be used as an alternative energy source. Water is separated from acrylic paint, with the by-product used in a variety of industrial applications significantly reducing landfill. Paintback

Paintback locations can be found around Australia including Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre and Windmill Hill Transfer Station (Totness).

Paintback- turn unwanted paint into energy

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