Aerosol Cans

Hazardous Waste
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All household hazardous waste facilities accept up to 15 gallons or 125 pounds of waste materials free of charge.

Chicago Grade Landfill
2290 Homestead Road, Templeton, CA | (805) 466-2985
Hours:  Saturday 11am – 3pm
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Cold Canyon Landfill
2268 Carpenter Canyon Road, San Luis Obispo, CA | (805) 549-8332
Hours:  Friday and Saturday 11am – 3pm
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Heritage Ranch Community Services District
4870 Heritage Road, Paso Robles, CA | (805) 227-6230
Hours:  Friday 12pm – 2pm
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Morro Bay Household Hazardous Waste Facility
160 Atascadero Road, Morro Bay, CA | (805) 772-6261
Hours: Saturday 11am – 3pm
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Nipomo Household Hazardous Waste Facility
509 Southland Street, Nipomo, CA | (805) 929-1133
Hours: Saturday 11am – 3pm
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Paso Robles Landfill
9000 CA Hwy. 46 East, Paso Robles, CA | (805) 238-2028
Hours: Saturday 11am – 3pm
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It's Hazardous Waste

An aerosol can is still pressurized and can explode if there’s even a drop of liquid left, so dispose of them as hazardous waste.

Alternative Ways to Recycle

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Febreze Aerosol Recycling Program

Recycle empty Febreze-branded aerosol containers through TerraCycle’s Febreze Aerosol Recycling Program.

Did You Know?

Aerosol Cans Still Aren't Green

The United States stopped using chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in aerosol cans in the 1970s because they were depleting the ozone layer. Yet aerosol cans still contain chemicals that contribute to climate change, such as compressed gases and hydrocarbons.