April deemed Paint Recycling Awareness Month

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The non-profit Product Care, sponsored by the association which manages the paint stewardship program in B.C., has four locations around the region for residents of Northern B.C. to dispose of their old paint.

Those locations include Fort St. John’s FSJ Bottle Drop, DC Recycling in Dawson Creek, Wide Sky Disposal in Fort Nelson and Chetwynd Lions Club Recycling in Chetwynd.

Another unique feature of the program is that not only can paint be returned, but it can also be taken home. Anyone involved in a painting project looking for just a little bit of a certain color is able to go to any of these locations and select a desired color, free of charge.

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