Residents can dispose of unused meds at 2 Glendale locations

Posted 4/14/21

The Glendale Police Department, CVS Pharmacy and the Drug Enforcement Administration are providing residents an opportunity to safely and conveniently dispose of expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceutical substances and other medications.

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Residents can dispose of unused meds at 2 Glendale locations

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The Glendale Police Department, CVS Pharmacy and the Drug Enforcement Administration are providing residents an opportunity to safely and conveniently dispose of expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceutical substances and other medications.

Controlled, non-controlled and over the counter substances will be accepted.

The “Drug Take Back Event” goes from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m. Saturday, April 24 at two Glendale locations: on the north end of town at CVS, 5125 W. Olive Ave., and on the south end at CVS, 7499 W. Bethany Home Road.

Liquids, glass containers, inhalers, IV solutions, injectable drugs and syringes cannot be accepted due to potential hazards posed by blood-borne pathogens.

Call Officer Jason Wiechmann (623-930-2554) or Christina Penrose (623-930-2540) for more information.

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