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Sustainable Aerosols: Materials, Recycling, and Environment

Aerosol sprays have been a convenient way to deliver cosmetic, medical, and food products for both consumers and industrial purposes. Bag-on-valve aerosols [...]

Facts vs. Fiction: Why Aerosol Products are a Smart Choice

Aerosol products, including bag-on-valve applications, are a growing staple throughout many retail industries. From healthcare to beauty to food, many brands [...]

Holiday Helper Aerosol Products

As the holiday season swings into full force, families all over America pull out their Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, and other holiday decorations that [...]

Why you should Recycle Aerosol Products

Recycling provides an essential outlet for consumers to reduce their environmental footprint. Unfortunately, less than a third of all waste produced in the [...]

Aerosol Sprays in Pet Care

Bath time. Those two words can turn your adorable, loving pooch into feral, water-flinging monster. Even if your dog likes taking a bath, you typically end up [...]

Back to School Dollar Store Aerosol Products

With school starting and back-to-school shopping in full swing, it’s no surprise that parents and students are trying to find ways to save money on supplies [...]

Aerosol Company Sustainability

In our last post, we talked about how many companies are changing the ways they manufacture their products to be more environmentally friendly. In addition to [...]

Environmentally Mindful Aerosol Products

In 2014 alone, more than 1.045 billion household cleaning products sold in the United States consumer market. Aluminum and steel aerosol products accounted [...]

The Benefits of Today’s Aerosol Packaging

In 1974, Dr. F. Sherwood Rowland and Dr. Mario Molina proposed that chlorofluorocarbons (or CFCs) deplete the stratospheric ozone layer. CFCs were used in many [...]

How to Recycle Aerosol Cans

Aerosol cans are made from either steel (about 75% of the time) or aluminum (about 25% percent of the time). This means that they are recyclable. In fact, most [...]