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Looking for paint disposal services in The Colony? Junk Queen TX is a full-service hazardous waste management company offering a wide range of environmental cleanup and paint disposal services. Unused paint is hazardous and cannot be disposed of in the trash or recycling bins. We offer professional and safe industrial paint removal services.

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Paints may be oil or latex based and contain dangerous chemicals including lead which can damage the environment and affect the water supply if not disposed of properly. Latex paint may also contain mercury, which can cause health issues.

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We have the industry-grade tools are used to identify and remove all types of hazardous waste materials. It is our goal to dispose of hazardous waste such as gasoline in a timely and safe manner, while raising the standard of environmental quality in The Colony.

Junk Queen TX accept house paint, primers, stains, sealers, and clear coatings (e.g., shellac and varnish). Aerosols (spray cans), solvents, and products intended for industrial or non-architectural use are NOT accepted. The products accepted must be in original containers no larger than five gallons in size with a label and secured lid. Open or leaking cans are not accepted.

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As an option, The Colony residents can take latex paint to The Colony’s Hazardous Material Management Facility located at 1901. Please visit their website to make an appointment. This is a free service for The Colony residents. Proof of residency is required.

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What if the leftover paint in the can is dried up?

Latex paint is not hazardous and, once solidified, can be safely put out with household trash.

For cans almost empty: Remove the lid and allow the paint to dry into a solid.

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Once the paint is completely solidified and dry, it can be thrown away with your regular, household trash. Be sure to leave the lids off so your waste hauler knows the contents are not liquid. If the lids are left on, your waste hauler will not take it.