Use our interactive map below to find municipal/local (non-TerraCycle) recycling options. You can typically recycle aerosol containers at these locations. As the information in this map is publicly sourced, we recommend contacting locations before visiting to ensure they are still accepting this type of waste for recycling. Please help us keep our information current by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org to recommend adding new locations and/or changes to current ones.
If no local (non-TerraCycle) recycling solution exists in your area for these items in the map above, you can include them in your shipments through TerraCycle’s Febreze Aerosol Free Recycling Program.
Please recycle locally where possible. The product packaging highlighted above may be recyclable through your local curbside service or municipal recycling drop-off locations. If not, you can send to TerraCycle with the rest of your shipment for this program.
Participating is simple and free, but all participants must adhere to strict shipping requirements for this particular program.
Not recycling aerosols? Click here to recycle other Febreze packaging.
Participating in this program is easy and FREE! See answers to frequently-asked questions here.
Empty Febreze aerosol containers.
Yes, this free recycling program is brand-specific, which means you can only recycle the packaging of this particular brand.
Febreze has sponsored this free recycling program, so there is no direct cost to you.
We encourage you to ship when your box is full of empty aerosol containers to minimize the transportation carbon footprint for this program. UPS will not accept dripping packages, so please make sure your items are dry.
No, you do not need to clean the packaging before dropping it off, but please remove as much of the remaining product as possible before shipping.
Earn TerraCycle points by recycling with us! You can redeem your points in the form of a donation to a school or charity of your choice. Thanks to the recycling efforts of our collectors, we've raised over $45 million dollars globally for schools and charities through our recycling programs. Click here to learn more about our Recycling Rewards Program.
Once collected, the Febreze aerosol containers are cleaned and separated by material type. The materials are recycled into raw formats that manufacturers use to make new products. Click here to take a virtual tour of our processing facilities.