Residents are encouraged to discard their old prescriptions at the station.
Studies have proven that many youths within the region have become addicted to opiates and other prescriptions medications through medications left dormant in immediate family’s medicine cabinets. The disposal of medications via flushing them down the drains or throwing them into the trash can result in pollution to ground water and should be avoided.
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