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Sustainable Saratoga to host 2nd annual Paint Collection Day on October 21
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Saratoga Springs, NY – Sustainable Saratoga will hold their 2nd annual Paint Collection Day on Saturday, October 21, from 10 am – 2 pm in the SPAC overflow parking lot on the west side of Route 50.
What: Paint Collection Day
When: Saturday, October 21, from 10 AM- 2 PM
Where: SPAC Parking Lot, west side of Route 50
Who: Anyone! There are no residency requirements for this event.
Cost: Free. Donations to Sustainable Saratoga are greatly appreciated.
Pre-registration is highly encouraged to mitigate traffic during the event. Please reserve a spot ahead of time through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/706038960537?aff=oddtdtcreator.
Sustainable Saratoga and our partner, GreenSheen, will accept interior and exterior household paint, stains, shellacs, waterproofing/wood sealers, urethanes, metal coatings, field and lawn paints. We cannot accept aerosols, cleaning agents, driveway sealer, roof patch, craft paint, auto paint or hazardous waste. Containers cannot be empty or leaking and must contain the original manufacturer label.
“This partnership with GreenSheen is awesome for our community,” explains Kelsey Trudell, Sustainable Saratoga’s Executive Director. “After a great turnout at last year’s event we are excited to be able to offer this service for our community again in 2023.”
For specific details about what is being collected, an event map, and FAQs, visit https://sustainablesaratoga.org/projects/zero-waste/paint-collection-day/.
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ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
Sustainable Saratoga is a not-for-profit organization that promotes sustainable practices and the protection of natural resources, through education, advocacy and action, for the benefit of current and future generations in the Saratoga Springs area. Since 2008, Sustainable Saratoga has been a leader in promoting awareness of environmental issues and what we as a local community can do to minimize our ecological impact while maintaining a high quality of life.