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Pharmaceuticals must be in the original container with labels to identify contents. Personal information such as name, address or phone on the prescription label can be blackened out.
Acceptable Items:Unused and expired prescription medicationsPrescription cough syrupPrescription eye and ear dropsUnused and expired over-the-counter medicationsUnacceptable Items: Controlled substances and non-prescription liquids.Controlled substances can be crushed and mixed with an undesirable substance like coffee grounds or kitty litter, and then thrown away in the garbage.
For additional program information visit the SWANCC Pharmaceutical/Sharps Disposal website.
Bring residentially-generated light bulbs that contain mercury, such as compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs that come in many shapes and sizes. Bring up to 4' in length fluorescent light tubes that are sealed in a plastic bag. Do not bring any incandescent bulbs, as they contain no mercury and can be disposed of in the garbage. Broken light bulbs will not be accepted. For additional program information go to the Fluorescent Bulb Recycling page of the SWANCC website. A limit of 12 lights will be accepted from a resident per visit.