Hazardous Materials
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PaintCare
Unwanted paint has always been the single largest type of hazardous waste generated by Santa Monica residents; and convenient disposal options have never existed for painting contractors – until now.

California’s PaintCare recycling network, online at paintcare.org, features a new statewide program funded by fees from new paint sales. Sherwin-Williams, located on Pico, near Lincoln Blvd., now offers Santa Monica another disposal option for EVERYONE - seven days a week.
Santa Monica Paint Disposal Locations 

 
 
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Many of the products that we commonly use to clean or maintain our homes, cars and yards contain hazardous ingredients. Fortunately, alternatives exist that can accomplish the same tasks while reducing or eliminating many hazardous chemicals. However, there may be times when you need to use a hazardous chemical to get the job done. The resources on this site highlight important aspects of the process for purchasing, using and disposing of hazardous and alternative products, to help you achieve the best possible results and safeguard yourself and the community against the dangers of hazardous products.
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Home Collection

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Try Home Collection, where the Haz-Mat technician comes to you. 

The service is provided on a free and unlimited basis to homeowners and renters alike, and setting up an appointment is easy.  

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