Are your medicine cabinets cluttered with old prescription medications or over-the-counter drugs you no longer need? It’s time to clear the clutter and dispose of these unused pharmaceuticals safely. The Upper Merion Township Police Department is excited to announce the upcoming Drug Take Back Day, on Saturday, October 28, a critical initiative in our ongoing efforts to maintain a safe and drug-free community.
When is Drug Take Back Day?
Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 28. It’s a day for our community to come together to dispose of unwanted or expired prescription drugs responsibly.
What Can You Bring?
We accept various pharmaceutical items, including:
- Prescription and over-the-counter tablets and capsules
- Creams and ointments
- Nasal sprays
- Pet medicines
- Vaping products
Please note that we cannot accept needles, liquid medications, or intravenous/injectable solutions.
This event is a joint effort sponsored by the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and the Police Chiefs Association of Montgomery County, and it’s part of our ongoing commitment to creating a safer environment for all residents.
Locations for Drop-Off
Convenience is key. You’ll find dozens of drop-off sites scattered across Montco PA, making it easy for everyone to participate. Your decision to join this initiative is a crucial step toward preventing medication misuse and environmental contamination.
The Upper Merion Township Police Department encourages everyone to take advantage of this event to clear their homes of unused medications. By doing so, you’re helping to protect your family, friends, and the environment. Your active involvement supports our shared goal of fostering a safer and healthier community.
Let’s work together to ensure a safer future. Mark your calendar for Drug Take Back Day, and take part in this important initiative. Together, we make a difference.