Ever wonder what happens to paint collected as hazardous waste? Boomerang paint is composed of 99% recycled paint, combined to 1% new material in order to guarantee the quality of the product. The end-result is a paint that emits four times less greenhouse gas during fabrication than regular paints.
New Brunswick’s Northwest Regional Service Commission notes on their website that the paint they collect is sent to Nova Scotia for recycling, sorted according to the colour and mediums used, then sent to Victoriaville (Quebec) to create Boomerang Recycled Paint.
To find out more about why Boomerang Recycled Paint is an environment-friendly choice, please check out the following video:
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G.L. Caissie is proud to be a Boomerang Recycled Paint retailer!