14th National Drug Take-Back Day This Weekend

LIBERTY, October 24, 2017 -Liberty Police Department, in conjunction with the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), will be holding a Drug Take-Back Drop-Off in front of the Police Department on Saturday, October 28th from 10am until 12pm. Bring your unused or expired prescription medications for safe disposal.

The drop off area is drive through so all you have to do is drive up and drop off. There are no questions asked and no forms to fill out.  This will be the 14th National Day of Drug Take Back.  In April of 2017 agencies around the country received over 450 tons of expired, unused medications. 

The local drop-off is located at Liberty Police Department 1906 Lakeland Drive in the City of Liberty.

If you are unable to make the drop off, you can dispose of your unused or expired medications by taking them out of their bottles, mix them with something unappealing (kitty litter or coffee grounds) and seal them in a bag and throw them in the trash. Flushing medication can contaminate the water supply.

If you would like more information on this program, please stop by the department any time or you can visit www.dea.gov, or www.getsmartaboutdrugs.com or www.justthinktwice.com

 
 
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