Partner Promotion Toolkit

Let the world know that you are proud to be part of PaintCare, promote your drop-off site location! Use our toolkit of customizable digital, social media, and print ad templates below for your promotion efforts. If you need help customizing them, PaintCare staff can assist you.

Banners for Websites and Social Media

Place the digital banners below on your website or social media pages to remind customers that you take back leftover house paint for free. Link the ad images to www.paintcare.org so visitors can learn more about recycling paint and accepted products.

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Download the artwork and it’s ready to use (right click on the image and save to your computer). These files are 300 pixels wide by 250 pixels high. The last banner on the right can be customized to show your address and phone number. For assistance customizing banners (tall, wide, square, different wording, your location), just let us know by emailing info@paintcare.org.

Print Ad

Promote your location as a PaintCare drop-off site in a newspaper or newsletter.

Horizontal Quarter Page Ad

For assistance with customizing the size and content of the ad shown here, e-mail us at info@paint.org. Please provide the desired size of the ad, as well as the name, address, and phone number for your organization as you would like it to appear. Don’t forget to include your name and phone number, so that we can contact you with any questions.

COVID-19: PaintCare Impacts & Resources

 

As a public health precaution due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the recommendation of the CDC posted March 16 to limit discretionary travel, PaintCare advises that households and businesses consider refraining from dropping off paint for recycling at PaintCare locations until all applicable local, state, and federal public health orders and guidance have been lifted. The current status of PaintCare collections services follows:

 

  • Many government-run household hazardous waste (HHW) programs are temporarily closing their year-round HHW facilities, postponing HHW drop-off events, or greatly reducing their hours. 
  • While most paint stores remain open, some have reduced their hours or are otherwise changing operations to minimize physical contact with customers. Many of these stores have asked us to temporarily remove them from the PaintCare site locator at paintcare.org.
  • PaintCare has cancelled its own paint drop-off events through June and intends to reschedule them as soon as possible after government restrictions are lifted.
  • PaintCare’s pickup service for large volumes of paint (200+ gallons) is temporarily unavailable. Customers submitting requests will be contacted by PaintCare staff and informed about the service being temporarily unavailable and that PaintCare will notify them again when the service resumes.

 

If You Do Plan to Drop Off Paint for Recycling

 

If you do plan to take leftover paint to a drop-off location for recycling, take precautions: