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DEA Drug Take Back Day Slated for Saturday

National Prescription Drug Take Back day is slated for  this Saturday, October 23 in Bucks County.

From 10 am to 3 pm, residents can “Drive Up and Drop In” unwanted or expired medications at 48 sites throughout the county.

In addition to prescription medications, police officials will be collecting over-the-counter and pet medications. Vaping products will be accepted for disposal at all hosting sites and in collections boxes in local police departments. As with all medications, vaping cartridges, pods and e-cigarettes should be disposed of safely.

Additionally four sites – located in Bensalem, Hilltown, Quakertown and Warwick – will also be holding a Narcan Drive-thru event also.

Sharps will also be collected at these four sites also.

Residents can drive up, drop off your unused, unneeded or expired medications and sharps and receive one unit of Narcan while supplies last.

Visit https://tinyurl.com/yb64ka5w to learn how to dispose of sharps on Take Back Day. We can all do our part to keep our homes, loved ones and communities safe.

Can’t make it to Take Back Day on October 23? You can still safely dispose of your medications at one of the collection boxes located in Bucks County Police Departments.

According to federal officials who over see the effort, the April 2021 20th National Take Back event had:

  • Total Law Enforcement Participation: 4,425
  • Total Collection Sites: 5,060
  • Total Weight Collected:  839,543 lbs. (420 Tons)

Find a drop off location near you by clicking here.

Click here for additional information.

 

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DEA Drug Take Back Day Slated for Saturday

National Prescription Drug Take Back day is slated for  this Saturday, October 23 in Bucks County.

From 10 am to 3 pm, residents can “Drive Up and Drop In” unwanted or expired medications at 48 sites throughout the county.

In addition to prescription medications, police officials will be collecting over-the-counter and pet medications. Vaping products will be accepted for disposal at all hosting sites and in collections boxes in local police departments. As with all medications, vaping cartridges, pods and e-cigarettes should be disposed of safely.

Additionally four sites – located in Bensalem, Hilltown, Quakertown and Warwick – will also be holding a Narcan Drive-thru event also.

Sharps will also be collected at these four sites also.

Residents can drive up, drop off your unused, unneeded or expired medications and sharps and receive one unit of Narcan while supplies last.

Visit https://tinyurl.com/yb64ka5w to learn how to dispose of sharps on Take Back Day. We can all do our part to keep our homes, loved ones and communities safe.

Can’t make it to Take Back Day on October 23? You can still safely dispose of your medications at one of the collection boxes located in Bucks County Police Departments.

According to federal officials who over see the effort, the April 2021 20th National Take Back event had:

  • Total Law Enforcement Participation: 4,425
  • Total Collection Sites: 5,060
  • Total Weight Collected:  839,543 lbs. (420 Tons)

Find a drop off location near you by clicking here.

Click here for additional information.

 

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