Aerosol Products Contain No CFCs to Deplete the Ozone Layer. Pesticides and fertilizers are applied to the plant thus not reaching the ground water.
Aerosol Products reduce the threat of disease with inhalers, disinfectants, eye care products, and insect repellants.
Aerosol Technology in household products are spill-proof, stay fresh, reduces waste, and save money.
We are recyclable...
Approximately 17 billion steel cans are recycled every year, yielding enough recovered steel to build 20 Golden Gate Bridges. And every ton of steel recycled saves the natural resources that would otherwise be used to make new steel.
Aluminum and Steel cans have no memory. They can be used and recycled over and over into new items.
The aerosol product design of a refillable spray can dubbed the “bug bomb”, was patented in 1943, and is the ancestor of many popular commercial spray products. Pressurized by liquefied gas, which gave it propellant qualities, the small, portable can enabled soldiers to defend against malaria-carrying bugs by spraying inside tents in the Pacific during World War II. In 1948, three companies were granted licenses by the United States government to manufacture aerosols.