Partnership Carson City, inspiring a healthy community by building strong families and successful youth, wants to provide you with the education and tools to dispose of your unused drugs in a way that won’t harm the planet or other people.
Deterra bags as well as prescription and medication lock boxes are available for pick-up on Saturday, June 20 from 8-10 a.m. and 3-6 p.m. in front of the Partnership offices, 1925 N. Carson St.
“Deterra bags are a better way to dispose of drugs including expired or unused medication, or drugs — pills, liquids or patches, heroin, cocaine or meth, but not needles,” said Hannah McDonald, executive director of Partnership. “This is a great product that keeps drugs out of the wrong hands and protects our ecosystem.”
Deterra bags are a drug disposal method that uses a small bag and water to effectively dispose of harmful drugs. Once water has been added and it’s properly sealed it can be thrown into the trash.
Learn more about proper drug disposal and the benefits of using a Deterra bag during PCC’s Healthy Tuesday’s Zoom webinar, June 23 at 3 p.m. The training session is led by Cruz Bulmer, community prevention coordinator for Partnership.
For more information about the drug collection date or the online training, visit pcccarson.org or call 775-841-4730.
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