Got Drugs?

No. Seriously. That’s the name of the program.

If your household is like ours, you probably have a useless (to you) prescription medication or two kicking around. (Ok, if your household is like ours, you have a LOT of them kicking around. But I’m hoping you haven’t gone around the ‘which med will work’ wheel quite as much as we have.) You want to get rid of it, but you’re not sure how to do so in a manner that doesn’t involve turning yourself into a dealer or giving your local water supply a healthy dose of pharmacology. Turns out, there an appgovernment program for that. It’s called (I kid you not) “Got Drugs?

Every now and then, they have a drug take-back day, where you can bring in your unneeded prescription medications and turn them over to people who presumably have some idea of how to dispose of them legally and in a reasonably environmentally-friendly manner. The next upcoming take-back day is Saturday, April 27th, 2013. Follow the link on this page to be taken to the search engine to find a take back location near you. (I’d link to the page directly, but they have a silly cookie-based session timeout thing.)