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If you have prescription drugs that are past their expiration date or that you no longer use, you can get rid of them safely this Saturday at a national prescription drug "take-back" event.
Search for a collection site near you at the link.
Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration Office of Diversion Control
I really don't get this. Wouldn't it be easier just to flush them down the stool?
I think the problem with that is they end up in our water supply.
Here's an easier way to get rid of unwanted meds:
Disposal in Household Trash
If no medicine take-back program is available in your area, consumers can also follow these simple steps to dispose of most medicines in the household trash:
Mix medicines (do NOT crush tablets or capsules) with an unpalatable substance such as kitty litter or used coffee grounds;
Place the mixture in a container such as a sealed plastic bag; and
Throw the container in your household trash
or just go bty the ronald ncdonald house and toss them in the yard
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