Paint

Central Labrador

Click on the tabs below for reuse, recycling or safe disposal options.

Paint contains toxic and hazardous materials and if dumped into a landfill or storm sewer system can pollute the air, land and water.

Accepted items include paint products such as:

  • All household paint products and containers
  • Paint aerosols of all types
  • Automotive, craft and industrial paint

Happy Valley–Goose Bay Green Depot

Happy Valley-Goose Bay Green Depot is part of a province-wide network of Green Depots accepting used beverage containers included in MMSB’s Beverage Container Recycling Program. This depot also accepts paint and electronics.

Location: 15 Churchill Street
Phone: 709-896-5041
Web: greendepotnl.ca

Regeneration Paint Recycling

Product Care Association operates Regeneration, an industry-led and government-approved paint recycling program that provides residents and businesses with province-wide drop-off locations and collection events.

Location: Visit Regeneration to view the list of province-wide paint collection sites.
Phone: 1-888-772-9772
Web: www.regeneration.ca

Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay Landfill Site

The Town of Happy Valley–Goose Bay operates the Happy Valley–Goose Bay landfill site which provides waste disposal services for local residents and businesses. This site accepts garbage,  household hazardous waste (HHW), oil and paint. Bulk waste, scrap metal and yard waste are collected during the spring clean-up program.

Phone: 709-896-3321
Email: engineer@happyvalley-goosebay.com
Web: www.happyvalley-goosebay.com

Think About It

Plan ahead for the job and buy only as much paint as you need.