Thank you to everyone who attended Med Toss in April. If you currently have medications to dispose of, please see below for information about the MedReturn Units downtown at the Division of Police and the Sheriff's Office.
If you weren't able to participate in Med Toss and you have medications to dispose of, you have another option.
MedReturn Drug Collection Units have been placed in two locations downtown. You can use the Unit to safely dispose of prescription pills, patches, vitamins and prescription pills for pets.
Lexington Division of Police, 150 E. Main St.
Monday—Sunday from 7 a.m.—10 p.m.
Fayette County Sheriff’s Office, 150 N. Limestone, Ste. 236
Monday—Friday from 8 a.m.—4 p.m.
Liquid medications cannot be disposed of in the MedReturn Unit. Hold until Med Toss or follow the instructions below.
Remove/destroy ALL personal information on labels and containers before throwing them into the trash.
Add kitty litter, coffee grounds or other solids to the medication to make it less appealing to children and pets/animals.
Seal the container and place in a plastic bag or plastic container so that it is not identifiable as medication.
Place in trash.
Med Toss is made possible by the Lexington Division of Police, the Lexington Department of Environmental Quality, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office, Kentucky American Water, the Mayor’s Alliance on Substance Abuse, the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy, the University of Kentucky School of Pharmacy, Bluegrass Greensource and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, along with other community partners.
Last updated: 8/21/2014 11:43:49 AM