Safety storage includes cabinets, containers, and equipment for storing hazardous materials, Arc Flash, and readying materials for disposal. Aerosol can recycling equipment depressurizes and cleans out used aerosol cans for disposal or recycling. Biohazard waste cans collect infectious waste to separate it from everyday trash and reduce the risk of accidental exposure. Safety cabinets store and organize containers of chemicals, flammable liquids, corrosives, gases, and other hazardous materials. Safety cans and accessories are used to store, transport, dispense, and dispose of fuels, chemicals, solvents, and corrosives, Type I and II safety cans are used for transporting or storing gasoline and other flammable liquids. They reduce vapor leaks and spills. Type I safety cans have a single opening for filling and pouring fluids. Type II safety cans have one opening for filling and a second one for pouring. The fill opening serves as a vent while the other opening is being used for pouring.