High quality latex paint from Johnson County homes and collected at our Household Hazardous Waste facility is re-blended on site and available for purchase in 5 gallon buckets. Paint is inspected for quality before being separated into various colors, and is a mixture of mostly interior and some exterior paint. Sale of the paint helps fund the Johnson County Household Hazardous Waste Program.
Johnson County re-blended paint has been used to paint countless homes throughout Johnson and Wyandotte County; we've even helped paint a village in Ghana!
Note: Re-blended paint is not for resale or commercial use
Available in 5 gallon buckets
CREDIT & CHECK ONLY, NO CASH
White Paint - $25 (tints vary)
Beige Paint - $15 (tints vary)
Gray Paint - $20 (tints vary)
Brown Paint - $10 (tints vary)
Various Colors - $15 (colors vary, blue, green, yellow, orange, purple, pink)
You must have an appointment to DROP OFF paint.
Schedule an appointment to drop off paint
No appointment is necessary for picking up paint.
Paint may only be purchased during our regular hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8am-3pm (closed for lunch from 12-1pm)
Note: You may also pick up paint during our Saturday Collection Events which occur on the 2nd Saturday of the month starting in March through October 8am-11:30am.
5901 Foxridge Dr., Mission, KS 66203
Note: Our facility is located within the Myron K. Nelson Wastewater Treatment Plant just off Foxridge Drive and Lamar. Upon arrival press the white call button at the gate to enter. Follow the signs for the Household Hazardous Waste facility.
VOLUNTEER WITH US!
Volunteers have fun while helping make a difference in our community. We receive hundreds of cans of paint every week and our volunteers open paint cans, mix colors and re-blend paint. They also help with preparing the steel cans for recycling. Volunteers make a direct impact by reducing waste and protecting our environment.
No experience is necessary. Volunteers DO NOT HANDLE ANY hazardous materials. We provide safety glasses and gloves. Volunteers should wear clothing appropriate for working with latex paint and must wear close-toed shoes (no sandals).