Lower Makefield Police Unveil New Drug Collection Box
The Lower Makefield Township Police Department in conjunction with the Rite Aid Pharmacy KidCents Foundation announced Friday the replacement and upgrade of the prescription drug collection box located in the Police Station lobby.
The Rite Aid Pharmacy KidCents Foundation donated a new, larger and more secure drop box to the police department, officials said .
The drop box is located in the police station lobby for all residents to safely and anonymously dispose of unwanted, unused and/or expired prescription medications.
The Lower Makefield Police Department would like to thank Rite Aid Pharmacy KidCents Foundation for their generous donation to help the community in our fight against drug and opiate abuse, the misuse of medications by adolescents and accidental childhood poisonings.
The Safe Medication Disposal Program advances that mission by providing local law enforcement agencies in Rite Aid service areas with medication disposal units to ensure that individuals can safely dispose of unwanted medications in an environmentally-friendly manner, while keeping them out of the hands of kids and teens.
Lower Makefield Police Department officials thanked Rite Aid Pharmacy KidCents Foundation for their generous donation to help the community in its fight against drug and opiate abuse, the misuse of medications by adolescents and accidental childhood poisonings.