Transfer station update

Mansfield - posted Jul, 22 2013

MANSFIELD- The Mansfield transfer station now accepts leftover paint. Through a new Connecticut paint stewardship law, a wide variety of paint is now accepted for now charge at the transfer station. this program is administered by PaintCare, a non-profit organization established by the American Coatings Association to implement state-mandated paint stewardship programs. The paints that are now accepted include: interior and exterior latex, acrylic, water-based, alkyd, oil-based and enamel paints; deck coatings and floor paints; primers sealers and undercoaters; stains; shellacs, lacquers, varnishes, and urethanes (single component); waterproofing concrete/masonry/wood sealers (not tar-or bitumen- based); metal coatings, rust preventatives; field and lawn paints, Products must be in the original containers with original labels. Latex paint that is dried out is also acceptable. The transfer station is located at 221 Warrenville Road in Mansfield Center. It is open to Mansfield residents and small business on Tuesdays and Saturdays , 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., and Thursdays noon to 4 p.m. Paint can also be taken to the Willington Household Chemical Drop-off facility, located at 57 Hancock Road in Willington. For more information, call Virginia Walton at 860-429-3333 or

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