Battle Ground now has a location that accepts used, leftover paint for free

CLARK COUNTY — Battle Ground residents now have a move convenient place to take used or leftover paint — the Battle Ground Ace Hardware store.

 

The Ace Hardware store has joined the county’s Paint Take-Back program, and accepts latex and oil-based paint for recycling, free of charge.

 

Eleven local paint stores now accept used or leftover paint during their regular business hours. Those paint stores include:

  • Residents in Battle Ground can now take any used or leftover paint to the Battle Ground Ace Hardware store and they will accept it for recycling, free of charge. Paint must be latex or oil-based.
    Residents in Battle Ground can now take any used or leftover paint to the Battle Ground Ace Hardware store and they will accept it for recycling, free of charge. Paint must be latex or oil-based.

    Ace Hardware, 1605 W. Main St., Battle Ground

  • Filbin’s Ace Hardware, 809 NE Minnehaha St., Vancouver
  • Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 10811 SE Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver
  • Miller Paint, 14300 NE 20th Ave., Vancouver
  • Miller Paint, 9609 NE 117th Ave., Vancouver
  • Miller Paint, 2607 NE Andresen Road, Vancouver
  • Miller Paint, 111 NE 164th Ave., Vancouver
  • North County Hardware, 40600 NE 221st Ave., Amboy
  • Parkrose Hardware, 16509 SE First St., Vancouver
  • Parkrose Hardware, 8000 E. Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver
  • Rodda Paint & Decor, 7723 NE Fourth Plain Blvd., Vancouver

 

Partially filled paint containers also can be dropped at transfer stations for free most weekends. They are:

  • Central Transfer and Recycling Center, 11034 NE 117th Ave., Vancouver, Fri.-Sun., 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • West Van Materials Recovery Center, 6601 NW Old Lower River Road, Vancouver, Fri-Sat., 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Washougal Transfer Station, 4020 S. Grant St., Washougal, third Saturday of the month, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

 

Latex-based paint dropped off at any of these stores or facilities is recycled into new paint. Oil-based paint is repurposed as an alternative fuel.

 

For more information about disposing of paint and other household hazardous waste, visit www.clark.wa.gov/hhw and www.RecyclingA-Z.com.
This information was provided by Clark County Public Health.

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