On Saturday, Dispose of Unwanted Prescription Drugs, Says Moul
HARRISBURG – Rep. Dan Moul (R-Adams) announced today that law enforcement agencies across Pennsylvania will accept unwanted, expired and unused prescription drugs on Saturday, April 25, as part of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, sponsored by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.
“This program enables citizens to safely dispose of unwanted or expired medications and over-the-counter drugs,” said Moul. “There are several places in our area to do so and no personal information is required to participate.”
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., unwanted medications may be dropped off the following locations:
BIGLERVILLE Biglerville Hose and Truck Co. No.1
111 South Main St.
Host: Biglerville Borough Police
FAIRFIELD Fairfield Fire and EMS Department
106 Steelman St.
Hosts: Carroll Valley Borough and Liberty Township police departments
GETTYSBURG Gettysburg Area Recreation Authority (GARA)
545 Long Lane
Hosts: Gettysburg Borough and Cumberland Township police departments
Gettysburg PA State Police Barracks
3033 Old Harrisburg Road
Host: PA State Police Troop H, Gettysburg
Xavier Center
455 Table Rock Road
Hosts: Cumberland Township Police and PA State Police Troop H, Chambersburg
LITTLESTOWN Alpha Fire Co. No.1
40 East King St.
Host: Littlestown Borough Police
NEW OXFORD Eastern Adams Regional Police
110 North Berlin Ave.
Host: Eastern Adams Regional Police
YORK SPRINGS Bermudian Springs School Complex
7335 Carlisle Pike
Host: Latimore Township Police
Acceptable items for drop-off include prescription and over-the-counter solid medications, liquid medications, inhalers, creams, ointments and nasal sprays. Pet medications are also accepted. Injectable drugs and needles will not be accepted, along with illicit and illegal drugs.
Representative Dan Moul
91st District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Donna Pinkham

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