Aerosol Cans Hazardous Waste See Alternatives Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Event Saturday, September 15, 2018 More Info Get Reminder Aerosol cans can be dropped off at the Eastern Regional Landfill year-round without an appointment. Find out what to do with household hazardous waste 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. Empties Are Recyclable If an aerosol can is completely empty, it’s OK to recycle it with other metal cans. 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.