Paint also can be dropped off at transfer stations for free most weekends
VANCOUVER — Clark County residents now can take used or leftover paint to any of the three Parkrose Hardware locations in the county. The Parkrose Hardware Hazel Dell location has joined the county’s Paint Take-Back program and now accepts latex- and oil-based paints for recycling for free.
Twelve local paint stores now accept used or leftover paint during business hours. Participating businesses are:
- Ace Hardware, 13009 NE Hwy 99
- Ace Hardware, 1605 W Main St., Battle Ground
- Filbin’s Ace Hardware, 809 NE Minnehaha St.
- Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 10811 SE Mill Plain Blvd.
- Miller Paint, 14300 NE 20th Ave.
- Miller Paint, 11717 NE 78th Way, Suite 101
- Miller Paint, 2607 NE Andresen Road
- Miller Paint, 111 NE 164th Ave.
- Parkrose Hardware, 16509 SE First St.
- Parkrose Hardware, 8000 E Mill Plain Blvd.
- Parkrose Hardware, 8002 NE 6th Ave.
- Rodda Paint & Décor, 7723 NE Fourth Plain Blvd.
Paint also can be dropped off at transfer stations for free most weekends during the following days and times:
- Central Transfer and Recycling Center, 11034 NE 117th Ave., 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday to Sunday.
- West Van Materials Recovery Center, 6601 NW Old Lower River Road, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
- Washougal Transfer Station, 4020 S Grant St., 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. first and third Saturday of the month.
Latex-based paint dropped off at participating locations is recycled into new paint. Oil-based paint is repurposed as an alternative fuel.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.