(Last Updated: 2/8/2021)
Hazardous Waste (Unless Empty). Free Drop-Off Disposal. Never put aerosol containers in the garbage or recycling. Aerosol containers hold pressurized products that endanger employees of garbage and recycling facilities.
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Empty Cans: If you cannot hear propellant gas being released from the aerosol can when you hold the trigger, the can is safe to put in the garbage.
Full or Partially-full Cans: If you can't use up the product, take to Kitsap County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility for free disposal. Visit the facility website for hours and instructions for using this facility.
Use refillable pump spray bottles instead of aerosol cans and sprays.