Aerosol cans- empty
Including empty aerosol paint cans.
Please make sure container is empty & remove the plastic lid.
Empty aerosol cans - put in the yellow/recycling bin.
Aerosol cans - NOT empty
These CANNOT go in your household bins or to landfill.
Household chemicals and paints can be dangerous if they are not stored or disposed of safely and also please be aware that Hazardous Wastes cannot be disposed of in the general waste bin as they are harmful to human health and the environment.
Need to get rid of unwanted paint tins, batteries, chemicals, and other hazardous household waste for FREE? You'll be pleased to know that there are now 2 permanent drop off sites open 7 days a week.
Adelaide Waste and Recycling Centre
181 Morphett Road, North Plympton
Open hours: Monday to Friday 7am–4pm, Saturday 8am–3pm, Sunday 10am–3pm
Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre
32 Scott Creek Road, Heathfield
Open hours: Monday to Friday 7.30am–4pm, weekends 9am–4pm.
What do they accept?
Hazardous waste products are banned from landfill and require special disposal processing. These include:
- garden chemicals – pesticides,herbicides and fungicides
- insect repellents and rat poison
- cleaners – oven cleaner, toilet cleaner, bleach, ammonia and furniture polish
- automotive products – fuel, oils, lubricants and degreasers
- home improvement products – paints*, thinners and adhesives, batteries, and pool chlorine.
Please note: NO decanting allowed on site. Use original containers where possible.
*Paint can also be dropped off at Hackham Recyclers for free as part of the national Paintback program.
For more information visit www.greenindustries.sa.gov.au/hazwaste
View our online Recycling & Disposal Guide for safe disposal of unwanted items.
spray can, aerosol, deoderant, air freshener, insect spray, bug spray, fly spray, ant spray, spray paint, deodorant, hairspray, hair spray,