Environmentally Friendly Paints

Environmentally Friendly Paints

Three environmentally friendly and sustainable methods of producing paints. From recycling old latex paints, to the production of paints using windmills and linseed.  Finally the paints made from food which is safe for children to use and is also edible.

Rona Eco Paint recycling in Canada.

 

 

Paints derived from flax by Rigo in The Netherlands.

 

Edible paints made from fruit, vegetables, flowers and spices by Glob Colors.

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