About the scheme
Community RePaint Hartcliffe is run by Bristol Waste. It is operated through the local household waste recycling centre. At this site, you can drop off leftover paint from your home or collect paint for your home or local project.
You must book in advance to visit the recycling centre and arrive onsite with photo ID and proof of residency – click here to book a slot.
Drop-off leftover paint:
If you are a resident within Bristol City Council and you have leftover paint from your home you can use the drop-off point on-site to leave your paint.
As this drop-off point is run by the local authority, the site is unable to accept paint donations from businesses. If you are a trader, retailer, manufacturer or other business with leftover paint, click here to find out how you can donate your leftover paint for reuse through the Community RePaint network.
Please note, if you live outside of Bristol, you will not be eligible to access the site. If there is no drop-off point in your local authority area you will need to contact your local authority for guidance on what to do with your leftover paint. You can also adapt this template letter to encourage your local authority to consider collecting leftover paint for reuse at their sites.
Pick up leftover paint:
You can buy leftover tins of paint, and also ReColour remanufactured paint, from the Bristol Waste Reuse Shop at Hartcliffe Recycling Centre. The shop diverts good quality, pre-loved items from the waste stream; providing low cost household products, such as televisions, furniture and vacuums, for residents. Please contact for available colours and prices.
The Hartcliffe HWRC reuse shop is open Mon-Fri, between 9am and 4pm. Read more here.