Drop boxes help Ariz. counties dispose of unneeded drugs

10/9/2013 | Maricopa Monitor (Ariz.)

An Arizona pilot program that put prescription drug drop boxes at police and fire stations has allowed residents to safely dispose of 3 tons or 6 million unused or unneeded medications. The program's goal is to keep prescription drugs away from children, and there are now 34 drop boxes across four counties.

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