aerosol cans for air fresheners, hairspray, shaving cream, and deodorant
Click on the map pins to learn more about facilities that accept these products.
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Look for the same product in another form of packaging such as a squeeze bottle.
If an aerosol can is required, choose the least hazardous product and look for a refillable aerosol can.
If you have leftover personal care or food products in aerosol cans, see if your family or friends will use it before recycling them.
Empty aerosol cans with only the ‘Explosive, Caution’ warning symbol (a triangle with an image of an explosion in it) can be put in your curbside recycling tote. Please remove lids. They can also be brought to the recycling facilities found on the above map.
Spray cans containing paint or solvent & flammable liquids are not accepted in curbside collection and must be brought to a recycling facility listed on the map under the Paint & Containers product page.