Protect the environment
Since the creation of Montana Colors in 1994 and in following the philosophy of its founders, we have maintained our commitment to guarantee the highest standards with regards to environmental preservation and user health in all of our products.
We have exemplarily demonstrated our ability to manufacture, transport and sell products while minimizing environmental impact and fulfilling our commitment to leaving behind a better world for future generations.
The "Keep The Planet Clean" icon represents our worldwide pioneering involvement in empty spray can recovery, as well as our efforts in training and bringing recycling awareness to our customers, as all our products are produced with fully reusable components.
Since 2016, Montana Colors has also demonstrated its support for the use of clean energies by opting for a biomass combustion energy system at the Barcelona factory.
ISO 9001 / ISO 14001
Our quality (ISO 9001) and environmental (ISO 14001) management systems are certified, and that’s symbolic of excellence and acts as a reward for work well done on a daily basis, thanks to our entire staff’s proactive attitude and the recognition and support we receive from our customers.
Help us recycle
Spray cans can be pollutants if the waste isn’t treated properly. That’s why once they are empty, we encourage you to recycle them by depositing them in the yellow container or into one of the hundreds of MTN cardboard recycling bins that we provide in our main retail shops.
We can ensure the best possible waste and raw material treatment during manufacturing and we also optimize our logistics to avoid unnecessary transport, but once the spray can has reached your hands, it's up to you.
Everyone's contribution is important so be responsible, and help us recycle!
Corporate Social Responsibility
With the creation of the MTN TNT spray paint in 2011, we commenced a series of socially responsible initiatives. Currently, Montana Colors allocates part of its profits and resources to environmental, animal, social and health related causes, as well as to educational and labor reinsertion fields, in solidarity with the least fortunate societal sectors.