Recycling & Disposal Information:
Before disposing, check to see if aerosol cans are empty. Whether they are empty or still have product in them will determine how you need to dispose of them.
If the aerosol cans are empty, check with your hauler to see if they accept them for recycling. If your hauler accepts them, put empty aerosol cans out with the rest of your curbside recycling. If not, place empties in the trash.
If you have leftover product, decide what to do with it. Sometimes, using up the contents according to label directions may make sense. But beware! In addition to the hazardous propellant, the product may be a hazardous chemical that should only be used sparingly.
Take aerosol cans that still have product in them to your county household hazardous waste collection site. To find the collection site nearest you, contact your county's solid waste management office or go to the Household Hazardous Waste page.