When a company that uses mercury in its paint decides to take it off

A new environmental protection company is hoping to put a stop to the spread of mercury in paint.

The new company, CleanCoats, says it has been “investigating” the potential for mercury contamination of paint in the U.S. since at least the early 1980s.

The company has taken on two cases in the past three years, both of which involved contaminated paint.

The first was a case involving the sale of paint from a paint company that is owned by a former U.K. minister who has since fled the country.

The second case involved a paint manufacturer in California who had used the paint on a billboard.

The paint company involved in the California case has now been found to be using mercury in the paint.

In a statement, the company said it “never knowingly and intentionally used mercury to paint.”

The company is also looking into whether other companies using mercury may have done the same.

“We’re not saying there’s a conspiracy, but there is a real concern that there’s been contamination of the environment,” CleanCoates CEO Mark Bickford told the BBC.

Bickford says the company will soon have a list of companies it believes to have contaminated paint, and that it’s “working with a small number of partners in the community to find them.”