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|Wednesday, June 30, 2010|
Oregon is poised to become the first state where consumers can return leftover cans of latex or oil-based paint to retailers for recycling and reuse.
Leftover paint is the most common item brought to household hazardous waste collections and often ends up in landfills instead of being recycled as paint or cement or being burned as fuel.
Read more at The Register Guard.
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