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www.daviscountyutah.gov/health/about-dchd/divisions/environmental-health-services-division/waste-management-environmental-response-bureau/medication-disposal

How do I dispose of my expired or unused medications? There are several ways to properly dispose of old or unwanted pharmaceutical or recreational drugs. You can dispose of them through permanent community collection sites, local pharmacy programs, household hazardous waste collection events, and city or county ...

www.recyclespot.org/Recycle-More/Prescription-Drugs.aspx

Medicine take-back programs for disposal are a good way to remove expired, unwanted, or unused medicines from the home to reduce the chance that others may accidentally take the medicine. Discarding unused medications down the toilet or sink is a common but poor disposal method. Wastewater treatment plants are ...

www.dupagehealth.org/rxbox

The Problem: Nationally, regionally and even locally there has been growing concern about what we all do with the medicines that are left over in our cabinets. We take medication for so many reasons - for minor injuries, the occasional headache, back or muscle pain, to help relieve cold symptoms, for our high blood  ...

www.cityofmartinez.org/documents/Pharmaceutical_Disposal_Brochure.pdf

and Concord Disposal. What About Sharps Disposal? For additional information about safe pharmaceutical disposal, please call 1-800-646-1431 or visit www. centralsan.org. 5067-03/14. Flushing drugs down the toilet is the least desirable of all disposal alternatives. Scientific studies show the chemicals in many drugs can ...

www.cityofberkeley.info/Health_Human_Services/Public_Health/Safe_Disposal_of_Unwanted_Medicines.aspx

Safe Disposal of Unwanted Medicines. By properly disposing of unwanted medicines you help to keep others safe by ensuring that these medicines cannot be used again or accidentally ingested and cause harm. How to Dispose of Unwanted Medicines Medicine disposal. Pour all unwanted pills into a sealable plastic bag, ...

www.bouldercounty.org/families/disease/safely-dispose-of-unwanted-medication-and-syringes

Learn where you can safely dispose of prescription medications in Boulder County using this interactive map. Click on the map image to open the interactive map. locations for safe disposal of prescription medications and syringes. Keep unused drugs from being misused and reduce the amount of chemicals that reach our ...

www.cedar-rapids.org/residents/utilities/proper_disposal_of_medications.php

Medications that are improperly disposed of can enter and stay in our water supply. You can help keep our water clean by bringing your old medications to the Cedar Rapids Police Station at 505 1st Street SW. A medication disposal box is located in the vestibule of the Cedar Rapids Police Station which is accessible 24 ...

www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2015-06/documents/how-to-dispose-medicines.pdf

Drug Disposal Guidelines, Office of National Drug Control Policy, October 2009. DON'T: Flush expired or unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs down the toilet or drain unless the label or accompanying patient information ... same medicine, or a medicine that is too old to work well. Keeps medicines from ...

www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop/Pages/default.aspx

Oct 18, 2016 ... For too many New Jerseyans, addiction begins in the medicine cabinet. The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has developed Project Medicine Drop as an important component of its effort to halt the abuse and diversion of prescription drugs. It allows consumers to dispose of unused and expired ...