SAWS News: Gather Your Expired Medications
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Gather Your Expired Medications

imageThis is your opportunity to start the New Year with a clean medicine cabinet — and get rid of all those expired prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.

The first MedDropSA collection event for 2018 is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 27, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Rigsby Bulky Waste Collection Center, 2755 Rigsby Ave.

Bring any unwanted medicines, along with other household hazardous waste items, to the City of San Antonio’s mobile collection event. Please empty pill bottles into a zipper storage bag and remove labels from bottles of liquids and inhalers.

This safe, free disposal method helps keep pharmaceuticals out of the environment and out of the reach of unintended users.

For more information, including future events, visit MedDropSA.com.

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