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Medicine Disposal

Medicine Disposal
Jeff Rubesch - Tue Jul 21, 2009 @ 09:18AM
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My wife thought of this topic: “How should a person dispose of old medicines”?  The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy came up with the first consumer guidelines for the proper disposal of prescription medications in February 2007.  The recommended disposal of expired, unneeded, or unused medications is to take them out of the container and throw them in the trash in a bag with coffee grounds or cat letter.  Medicine should not be disposed of by flushing down the toilet as most water treatment plants are not engineered to remove potentially harmful drugs from sewage.  Here's the full article.

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