Dulux is committed to the ongoing research and development of innovation that reduce the environmental impact of our products, without affecting their outstanding performance. The health and safety of consumers, customers and the environment form a core element of Dulux’s business.
Dulux is committed to continually developing new solutions that help reduce the environmental impact and adhere to industry standards.
As well as diverting 15L plastic paint buckets from landfill, we're helping trade painters and construction companies save on waste costs too.
That’s a win for you – and a win for the planet. You can find these recycled roller trays, stirrers and painter pots in our Dulux® Trade network and through our retail partners.
Customers can simply drop off their used 15L plastic paint buckets, lids and tear strips off at a participating store. The more plastic we collect, the more we help the planet – we accept a wide range of Dulux®, Berger®, Hadrian®, Fosroc® and Emer® 15L plastic buckets.
Talk to your Sales rep or local store about registering your project or business as part of the Dulux Envirosolutions Recovery Program.
Gladesville Dulux Trade Centre, Chippendale Dulux Trade Centre, Haberfield Dulux Trade Centre, Fyshwick Dulux Trade Centre, Rockdale Inspirations Paint, Padstow Inspirations Paint, Chatswood Inspirations Paint.
Newstead Dulux Trade Centre, Browns Plains Dulux Trade Centre, Burleigh Heads Dulux Trade Centre, Morayfield Dulux Trade Centre, Maroochydore Dulux Trade Centre, Arundel Dulux Trade Centre, Nerang Inspirations Paint, Nambour Inspirations Paint, Noosaville Inspirations Paint, Currimundi Inspirations Paint, Underwood Dulux Trade Centre, Buranda Dulux Trade Centre, Underwood Dulux Roofing Centre.
West Melbourne Dulux Trade Centre, South Melbourne Dulux Trade Centre, Dandenong Paint Spot, Mornington Paint Spot, Campbellfield Inspirations Paint.
Cannington Dulux Trade Centre, Osborne Park Dulux Trade Centre, Forrestdale Inspirations Paint, Belmont Inspirations Paint.
Reducing environmental impact.
Dulux envirO₂™ is your leading paint brand with Global GreenTag™, EPD® and Declare® Red List Free certifications. These environmental certifications are yet another example of Dulux's ongoing commitment to addressing the needs of planet-conscious consumers and customers.
Dulux's Dr Rod Vockler speaks about sustainability, product lifecycle analysis, EPDs, product certifications, Green Building Certification and more.
Dulux is the first major paint brand in Australia to complete Environmental Product Declarations (EPD). Similar to a nutrition label, an EPD provides a transparent, multi-faceted overview of the environmental performance of a product throughout its life cycle.
From the production and processing of raw materials, to manufacturing, distribution and application, EPDs provide transparent data about the environmental impact of a product, including carbon footprint.
Dulux's EPDs are independently verified and registered with the Australasian and International Environmental Product Declaration websites.
Dulux is a founding member of Paintback, a not-for-profit organisation helping DIY and trade painters responsibly dispose of unwanted paint and packaging at collection points across Australia.
Paintback repurposes the valuable materials in leftover paint into recycled packaging, alternative energy fuel as well as water resources and is funding research to find better uses for unwanted paint and packaging waste.
Our commitment to sustainability continues behind the scenes as we've been installing solar power systems across the Dulux Trade Centre store network to reduce carbon emissions since 2022. This follows technology used at our manufacturing facility to reduce Dulux’s environmental impact, including solar power generation, rain harvesting and on-site wastewater management.
Dulux opened Australia's largest paint factory with the most sophisticated manufacturing technology of any paint factory in the world, featuring 300kW solar power generation, rain harvesting and on-site wastewater management.
Dulux has been at the forefront of low VOC paint innovation. Low VOC paints are lower in volatile organic compounds thereby creating fewer emissions and less odour.
Dulux introduced low VOC products such as Dulux envirO₂™, Wash&Wear® and the Decorama tinter system used to deliver Dulux Colour.
* Our goal is to seek to divert 700,000 plastic paint buckets a year from landfill by 2027.