Diamond Bar

Free Paint Drop-off Event for Households & Businesses

DATE: December 11, 2021

Time: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

LOCATION: SCAQMD Parking Lot
21865 Copley Drive
Diamond Bar, CA 91765

REGISTRATION REQUIRED:

Space is limited. Tell us your expected arrival time at https://paint-diamond-bar.eventbrite.com

What Paint Products & Quantities Can You Bring?

Households may bring any amount of paint, stain, and varnish. Limits apply to businesses, see below.

PAINTCARE PRODUCTS

Containers must have original manufacturer labels. This event is for the following products only:

House paint and primers (latex or oil-based)
Stains Deck and concrete sealers
Clear finishes (e.g., varnishes, shellac)

NON-PAINTCARE PRODUCTS

No leaking, unlabeled, or empty containers
No aerosol spray paints
No drums or containers larger than 5 gallons
We cannot accept other hazardous waste or chemicals such as paint thinner, solvents, motor oil, spackle, glue, adhesive, roofing tar, pesticides, cleaning chemicals

BUSINESS LIMITS

To use the PaintCare program for oil-based paint, a business must qualify as an exempt generator under federal and any analogous state hazardous waste generator rules. Please visit www.paintcare.org/VSQG for more information on exempt generator rules. If your business does not qualify as an exempt generator, it will not be able to use the program for oil-based paint, but it can still use the program for latex products.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Prior to event you must:
  • Register for this event at https://paint-diamond-bar.eventbrite.com. Space is limited. If you are unable to register online, call (855) PAINT09.
  • Place all paint materials for drop-off in your vehicle’s trunk or the bed of your truck.
  • Not attend if anyone in your household is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19.
During the event, you must:
  • Remain in your vehicle.
  • Unlock your vehicle’s trunk to allow event staff to remove the paint materials.

Participants are requested to follow the current recommendations and requirements of the CDC, local, and state health officials to protect yourself and others from the spread of COVID-19.

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