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Serving:

  • Los Angeles County
  • Orange County
  • San Bernardino County
  • Riverside County
  • Ventura County

Paint Waste Managed CES Line

12,340 Gallons

300+ Locations

* Over a 8 year period

Paint Container Management


ContainersThe Problem: The need to comply

Why should you be concerned?

Auto Paint DumpingDumpster
No Liquids or Hazardous Materials

Throughout Southern California, untold gallons of hazardous paint waste and containers are thrown into trash receptacles. These waste materials leak into the surrounding environments, presenting unsafe conditions in our communities, and eventually end up in our land fills and ground water. Americans and Californians are becoming increasingly concerned and aware of the the environment and health issues. Auto body shops and others entities responsible for this material can be unknowingly exposed to legal liabilities, fees, penalties, prosecution, community outrage, and business losses.

As shown in the newspaper excerpt below, Department of Toxic Substance Control, CAL/EPA, AQMD and local enforcement agency laws now require that auto-body shops safely and effectively dispose of hazardous paint containers or face serious penalties.

ComplianceThe Law :
CA EPA - Section 66261.7, Title22, California Code of Regulations

Generally, a container or an inner liner removed from the container, which held a pourable hazardous material, is empty if no further material can be poured or drained from the container or inner liner when it is held in any orientation. For those materials which are not pourable, the container or inner liner removed from a container is empty if no hazardous material remains in the container or inner liner that can be feasibly removed by physical methods including scraping and chipping (excluding rinsing).

Auto Paint Container ManagmentThe Solution: CES ’ Paint Container Management Program

  • Guaranteed compliance is assured
  • Compliance manifest and certificate are issued
  • Increased productivity and peace of mind result
  • Costly fines are avoided

Set-up and Training

  • CES staff members educate your employees about the company’s container management program and answer any questions you may have.
  • CES provides 55-gallon drums in which to place your containers.
  • CES staff conduct scheduled sessions during which your containers are processed to remove residual paint, and all hazardous liquids and solids are placed into the facility's hazardous-waste drums.

CES Certificate of ComplianceCompliance Assurance: Your Guarantee of Protection

At the onset of the program, you are issued a certificate of compliance from CES to be displayed for viewing by the Department of Toxic Substance Control, CAL/EPA, AQPMD and local agencies.

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