Get rid of unused prescription drugs with 'Take-Back Initiative'
WALWORTH COUNTY The U.S. Justice Department’s Drug Enforcement Administration is holding another National Take Back Initiative from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat., Sept. 29. The program allows people to get rid of expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. Collection sites will accept medications in pill or liquid form and in their original containers. Sharps, including needles adn syringes, will not be accepted. THe service is free and annonymous, with no questions asked.
According to information on the DEA website, collection sites in Walworth County include:
Village of East Troy Police Department, 2015 Energy Drive, East Troy
Town of Dairen Police Department, 24 N. Wisconsin St., Darien
City of Delavan Police Department, 123 S. Second St., Delavan
City of Lake Geneva Police Department, with a collection site at Walgreens Drug Store, 351 N. Edwards Boulevard, Lake Geneva.
Check the DEA website for additional information.