Twelve unique colors made from previously unwanted paint remade new.
More than recycled, remade new
MetroPaint is previously unwanted paint remade new. It is screened for quality and reblended into desirable colors. MetroPaint goes through a strict color-matching process to ensure the colors are consistent from one gallon to the next.
Need paint for your project?
Are you leading a community project that would benefit from quality recycled paint? If so, please email [email protected] with your inquiry and contact information.
MetroPaint is perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. It includes mold and fungus inhibitors and has a twenty-year limited warranty. It rolls, brushes and sprays on smoothly for thick, rich coverage - often achieved in just one coat.
Great quality comes with serious affordability. MetroPaint is less than half the cost per gallon compared to other paint brands.
Feel good paint. Feel good price.
Choosing MetroPaint supports an effort that has remade millions of gallons of latex paint over the last 20 years, keeping resources out of landfills. Why use MetroPaint for your next project?
- Great colors. Great price at just $15 a gallon.
- Available at retailers across the Pacific Northwest
- Decreases your project's carbon footprint
- Reduces pollution and conserves resources
- Can help you meet sustainability goals and earn LEED points for your project
Have leftover paint?
Recycle up to 35 gallons of paint per day for free at Metro Central, Metro South and MetroPaint’s Swan Island location. Paint labeled “architectural coatings” (also known as “house paint”) from any Oregon-based business or residence is accepted.
The following materials can’t be accepted at the MetroPaint retail location:
- paint containers missing original labels
- automotive paint
- industrial coatings
- road paint
- marine coatings
- epoxy coatings
- equipment paint
- spray paint
- roof coatings
- linseed oil
- paint thinner or turpentine
- other solvents
Many of these items are hazardous. Make sure you dispose of them safely. Ask an expert how or visit Metro’s online database for disposal options near you.
Learn more about safe storage and disposal
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