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If you collect aerosol cans to be punctured, can they be collected at satellite accumulation areas, with just the label "aerosol cans to be punctured"? Does it need to contain the word "hazardous"? If they are not considered hazardous prior to puncturing, can they be collected in one central location from differnt areas?

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