Working with you to create a brighter future
Choosing the most sustainable paint doesn’t have to be complicated. Learn more about our sustainable products and which to choose for your job. Discover how we ensure the quality of your paint without compromising the planet.
Did you know that we provide a range of services to help you minimise the waste you create when decorating and even cut your waste costs? If not find out here how we can help you minimise your waste and responsibly manage leftover paint, empty cans and dirty brushes and rollers. On big jobs we can even help you minimise the amount of water needed to clean brushes and rollers out.
Over 25 years ago, Dulux helped establish Community RePaint, a national network of non-profit schemes across the UK who collect leftover paint and redistribute it to community groups and those in social need - ensuring that the paint is not only reused but that it also has a positive social impact. In this 25 years Community Repaint has passed on over 4 million litres of paint and coloured 5 million lives.
Here at AkzoNobel Decorative Paints, we have a passion for using colour to positively impact building users, transform grey communities and help the next generation unlock their potential. Learn about the different projects we support that bring colour into people’s lives.
We believe that through innovation and collaboration we can unlock great opportunities to improve the sustainability of our industry, whilst growing our and our customers' businesses. Learn more about our vision for creating sustainable value and bringing positive change to our planet, our industry and the living spaces we create, as well as the credentials which underpin our leadership.
As well as our overarching Decorative Paints UK Sustainability policy, we’ve established policies and standards for specific areas. Also find our key accreditation certificates and compliance statements here including ISO 14001, BREEAM & Ska Rating.
Learn more about what actions we are taking to reduce the environmental impact of our operations. From reducing the amount of waste created on site to our award winning rainwater harvesting system, we strive to constantly innovate in this area to ensure that our impact on the planet is minimised.
Packaging accounts for about 10-20% of the total environmental footprint of a can of paint. However, after use most cans are still traditionally disposed of via general waste meaning they either end up in landfill or being incinerated.
Some of the tools we use to insure that what’s in the can doesn’t compromise on safety, people or planet.