Today's aerosol is the ultimate in modern, user-friendly technology.
Over 15 billion aerosols are produced worldwide annually - proof of their popularity, convenience and value for money. Here in Australia, we purchase over 240 million aerosols every year - over 10 for every man, woman and child!
Environmentally as well as technically, the aerosol has evolved to meet the needs of the twenty-first century. Explore the technical and environmental advantages of the aerosol package throughout this site.
Over 50 Years Service
Established in 1964, the Aerosol Association of Australia represents companies involved in the manufacture and marketing of aerosol products, or the supply of aerosol components, services and ingredients.Enquire Now
Three days of celebration, debate and technology exchange as senior executives from the Asia-Pacific explore the challenges, opportunities and technology which will guide the aerosol package and industry over the next decade.
Highlights include a one-day 'Introduction to Aerosol Technology' Training Course, an Industry Forum at the National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour and the Gala Industry Awards Dinner at ‘water@Pier One’ under Sydney Harbour Bridge.
For full details, click here for more information about Aerosol 2020.
The FEA Global Aerosol Event 2020 will be held on 23 and 24 September 2020 at the Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) in Lisbon, Portugal.
For more information see https://www.feaglobalevents.org.
Nothing Delivers Quite Like An Aerosol
Aerosols are suited to a wide variety of products. They can dispense a foam, a paste, a wet or dry spray, and even a gel or cream.
Aerosols perform consistently, from the first spray until the very last. They are leak proof, won't spill or evaporate and have a long shelf life...Find Out More
Your Empty Aerosols are Recyclable
Aerosol cans are made from recyclable steel and aluminium and recycling your empty aerosols is easy, safe and well-established in Australia.
It's OK to Spray
Today's aerosols don't damage the ozone layer and the propellants now used in the majority of aerosols have "a negligible greenhouse effect".Find Out More