The Menifee Police Department announced that it now has an RX Drug Drop Box in its lobby and is available for use when the lobby is open.
Take-back bins provide convenient and secure disposal options for unused or expired medications. In thepast, users were encouraged to flush medications down the drain or throw them away in the trash, both of whichcan contribute to pollution. Stockpiling medications in the home can also contribute to intentional misuse oraccidental poisonings.
What goes into the bin:
If possible, transfer pills into a zipped plastic bag before placing in the bin. Leave medicated ointments and lotions tightly sealed in the original containers. Obscure any personal information.
What doesn’t go in the bin:
The California Take-Back Drug Program was funded by the California Department of Health Care Services’ MAT Expansion Project and developed and administered in partnership with the California Product Stewardship Council. The program’s goal is to increase the disposal of unwanted medicines across the state of California. Safe medicine disposal bins were placed throughout the state for the express purpose of disposing of unwanted medicines.
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