From Harford County government:
In the interest of public safety, public health & the environment, on Saturday, October 27, 2018, Harford County will be participating in the Nationwide Prescription Drug Take-Back Day sponsored by the US Drug Enforcement Administration. You may turn in your unused/expired medications for safe disposal on Saturday, October 27th, between 10AM and 2PM at one of the following Harford County locations:
– The Harford County Office Building Parking Lot, located at 220 South Main Street, Bel Air
– Maryland State Police Barrack D, 1401 Bel Air Road, Bel Air
– The Havre de Grace Police Dept located at 715 Pennington Avenue in Havre de Grace
– Wegmans, 21 Wegmans Boulevard, Abingdon.
No questions will be asked!
Prescription Drug take-back day is a safe way for our community members to dispose of unwanted or expired medicines that they may have in their homes. Working together, we can help eliminate a source of abused prescription drugs, and reduce the hazard they pose to our families in a safe, legal, and environmentally sound way. If you would like more information regarding this program, you may contact the Office of Drug Control Policy at 410-638-3333.