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Dartmouth Police Department promotes unused/unwanted prescription medication drop box

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“Yesterday morning, Detective Mitchell and I brought 160 lbs. of unused/unwanted prescription medication to SEMASS to be incinerated. This medication was collected over the past several months as part of our takeback program.

If you have unwanted/unused medications that you want to safely and responsibly dispose of, our drop box is located in the lobby of the station and is available 24/7 to the general public.

Syringes and certain medication(s) ARE NOT ACCEPTED. Please review the sign attached to the top of the box to see what is and is not accepted.”

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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