Aerosol Cans See Alternatives Illegal in Garbage & Drains Hazardous Waste Household Hazardous Waste Facilities All household hazardous waste facilities accept up to 15 gallons or 125 pounds of waste materials free of charge. Chicago Grade Landfill2290 Homestead Road, Templeton, CA | (805) 466-2985Hours: Saturday 11am – 3pmMap & Directions Cold Canyon Landfill2268 Carpenter Canyon Road, San Luis Obispo, CA | (805) 549-8332Hours: Friday and Saturday 11am – 3pmMap & Directions Heritage Ranch Community Services District4870 Heritage Road, Paso Robles, CA | (805) 227-6230Hours: Friday 12pm – 2pmMap & Directions Morro Bay Household Hazardous Waste Facility160 Atascadero Road, Morro Bay, CA | (805) 772-6261Hours: Saturday 11am – 3pmMap & Directions Nipomo Household Hazardous Waste Facility509 Southland Street, Nipomo, CA | (805) 929-1133Hours: Saturday 11am – 3pmMap & Directions Paso Robles Landfill9000 CA Hwy. 46 East, Paso Robles, CA | (805) 238-2028Hours: Saturday 11am – 3pmMap & Directions It's Hazardous Waste If there’s even a drop of liquid left, an aerosol can is still pressurized and can explode, so dispose of it as hazardous waste. Alternative Ways to Recycle 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.