The Beaver County District Attorney's office and several nearby police departments are taking part in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's "Drug Take-Back Day."
Police will accept the medication, which can be brought in unlabeled and in any kind of packaging.
During the last Take-Back Day in November 2013, 324 tons of expired and unwanted medications were collected at 5,683 take-back sites across the nation. Since its inception, the effort has safely and properly disposed of nearly 1,733 tons of prescription drugs.
Anyone wishing to dispose of unwanted drugs before Saturday can do so by contacting the Beaver County Detective Bureau at 724-773-3550.
The following locations are participating:
- Beaver County District Attorney's Office, Beaver County Courthouse, 810 Third St.
- New Sewickley Township Police Department, 233 Miller Road
- Freedom Police Department, 901 E. 3rd Ave.
- Monaca Police Department, 928 Pennsylvania Ave.
- Beaver Police Department, 469 Third St.
- Cranberry Township Police Department, Cranberry Municipal Center, 2525 Rochester Road
- Sewickley Police Department, 601 Thorn St., first floor
- Pennsylvania State Police Troop-D, Beaver Barracks, 1400 Brighton Road
- Moon Township Police Department, 1000 Beaver Grade Road
Click here to find another location or for more information.
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