East Windsor collects 31 pounds of unexpired medication

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East Windsor Operation Medicine Cabinet collected 31.9 pounds of unused and expired medications on Oct. 24, resulting in a total of 493.4 pounds turned over to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Operation Medicine Cabinet provided a secure and legal means to dispose of prescription medications in an environmentally responsible manner and reduces possible access by unauthorized persons and young people to these drugs, according to the terms of the program.

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The township maintains a year-round 24/7 accessible permanent medicine drop box in the lobby of the police/municipal court building, 80 One Mile Road.

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