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  1. Great product, we have sold truckloads at our store.
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  2. One of our best selling items.
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  3. It helped us attract new painting contractors
    Benjamin Moore | Bayley's Decorating
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  4. You cant go wrong at that price, thumbs up!
    Naborhood Home Hardware
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  5. Saved us thousands of dollars on material cost
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  6. We painted our store with it... love it!
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Environmental Benefits

Replacing new paint with recycled, saves all of the resources that would have gone into making new paint.
  • Uses less water to manufacture​
  • Reduces CO2 emissions
  • Reduces pollution
  • Diverts old paint from landfills
  • Both paint and cans are recycled
  • Costs as much as 80% less to make
By using COLORTECH® reclaimed paints, you are helping to protect the local and global environment.

​Energy used to make and transport new goods, as well as minerals required, water, chemicals and pigments that are needed to make new paints are saved.

Finally, by using recycled content paint, you are preventing old paint from ending up in a landfill or, worse, down a drain into our streams. So using recycled content paint saves resources, energy, reduces pollution, and reduces landfill waste.... and YES, it also comes with a price advantage!

Buy a gallon of our paint and a tree will be planted!

Buying paint has never meant so much. Together with our suppliers COLORTECH® is a proud contributor of "Trees for the Future" – an organization dedicated to re-forestation, by which we have pledged a tree to be planted in the Gonaives area of Haiti for every gallon of paint sold.

With your help we will change the landscape and lives of the people living in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

Latest News:  As of May 500,000 seedlings have sprouted, some of which have already been out planted. In addition, seeds have been distributed to local farmers and plans have been set for a central nursery, and training center.