Robinson Memorial hosts National Medication "Take Back" Initiative April 27
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|In collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Agency
(DEA), Robinson Memorial Hospital is providing a one-day opportunity for
the public to dispose of expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceutical
controlled substances and other medications on Saturday, April 27, 2013.
This program is anonymous and all medications will be accepted. No questions asked and no identification needed.
In addition to medications, Robinson Memorial Hospital is also offering
recycling of paper products as part of the "Take Back" event, courtesy
of Neoshred. Neoshred will accept the following items:
This event will be a drive-up and drop-off event; residents will have
the opportunity to drive-up and dispose of their medications and paper
without having to leave their vehicle.
- Coated paper
- Color paper
- Computer paper
- General office materials/files/papers/etc.
- Phone books
- Shredded paper (bagged only)
- White ledger (standard white paper)
Help prevent the misuse and abuse of over-the-counter and prescription
drugs and dispose of them properly; keep hazardous chemicals from our
water supply and wildlife, while helping protect children and family
members from accidental consumption. Clean out your files and help
prevent identity theft by safely recycling documents at Robinson
Memorial's "Take Back" event.
Medication “Take Back” and Paper Recycling Event
Saturday, April 27, 2013
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Robinson Medical Arts Building, Parking Lot
6847 North Chestnut Street
Ravenna, Ohio 44266
(Follow signs on campus to "Take Back" drive-thru location.)