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GreenSheen was established in 2010 as a latex paint recycling facility in Centennial, CO. for the purpose of collecting and processing latex paint that would otherwise be destined for the landfill.
GreenSheen takes in leftover latex paint from homeowners, contractors and Hazardous Materials Management Facilities (HMMF). We also take mis-tints and returns from paint distributors and retail stores as a means of liquidating their surplus inventory.
Paint received at the GreenSheen recycling facility is sorted upon arrival, separated by like products and every can is opened to be inspected for control quality.
The paints that meet our strict quality guidelines are then intermixed with like products and colors thereby consolidating several shades of an individual color into one large pail.
The metal and plastic cans and pails that the old paint was removed from are dried and crushed, if necessary, and shipped off to local recycling facilities.
The paints gathered to this point pass through several additional steps to ensure their quality and cleanliness and are then packaged and made available to the end consumer at a fraction of the cost of virgin content paints.