Our Quickn'Clean liners…
- Cut clean-up time to just one minute and without water!
- Eliminate the need to flush gallons of paint laden water into the waste stream!
- Withstands most solvent based paints, and cuts costly solvent clean up.
- Limits water and ground pollution caused by traditional cleaning methods!
EPA paint information…
Leftover architectural paint is a concern to communities across the country because of its high volume in the waste stream, resulting waste management costs, and potential for reduction, recovery, reuse and recycling. Leftover paint can also contain volatile organic compounds, fungicides and, in the case of very old paint, significant quantities of hazardous metals such as mercury and lead. Of all household hazardous wastes (HHW), paint is the single most voluminous and expensive material that many local governments collect and manage. To address the challenges of reducing and managing leftover architectural paint, state and local agencies have joined together with paint manufacturers, retailers, recyclers, and others, under the auspices of the Paint Product Stewardship Initiative (PPSI). These stakeholders are now exploring a broad range of issues and approaches to leftover paint management with the goal of working toward a nationally coordinated leftover paint management system. This analysis supports the PPSI by providing an estimate of the quantity of architectural paint disposed annually by consumers in the U.S.