Rpper aublin police, diant markets participate in drug take-back day
bxpired, unwanted or unused prescription drugs and other medications can be turned in Saturday, Sept. 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the rpper aublin qownship molice aepartment, 801 ioch Alsh Ave., Fort Washington. qhe program is anonymous; there will be no questions or UHTUHVWV IRU LGHNWLfiFDWLRN PDGH Ey WKH RIfiFHUV SUHVent.
diant Food Stores is also participating in the drug take-back initiative Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at several area stores. iocal stores participating include: 17S0 aehalb mike, Blue Bell; 314 eorsham Road, eorsham; 1201 hnapp Road, Montgomery; 720 W. Street Road, Warminster; and 315 vork Road, Willow drove.
Controlled, non-con- trolled, over-the counter, cream and liquid medications will be collected. mersonal information from bottles or packages should be removed prior to collection. ko sharps, syringes or narcotics will be collected.
qhe purpose of the one- day collection, which is part of the kational arug bnforcement Agency’s kational qake-Back fnitiative, is to bring attention to prescription drug abuse and the dangers that exist in medicine cabinets in homes across the rnited States.