Disposing of unused prescription medicines/drugs
Original post made by Phyllis Kayten, Southgate, on Jan 16, 2008
Here is an article from Palo Alto Online Community Resources: Web Link:
Household Hazardous Waste Program
Palo Alto residents may drop off photo chemicals, household batteries, paints, solvents, chemical drain openers, pool chemicals, household cleaners, aerosols, pesticides, insecticides, pharmaceuticals and hypodermic needles at the Regional Water Quality Control Plant, 2501 Embarcadero Way, Palo Alto, on City of Palo Alto Household Hazardous Waste Collection Days.
Actually they accept pharmaceuticals every day; I've just shown up to the office and they have a box to drop your drugs. They ask that you not drop off narcotics (but they do not verify your deposits).
Employees-turned-owners revamp Cafe Alto, open new restaurant
By Elena Kadvany | 3 comments | 3,370 views
New York City College Tours, Part Two: NYU, CUNY Baruch, and NYIT
By John Raftrey and Lori McCormick | 0 comments | 2,560 views
Reducing Congestion and Parking Challenges While Respecting the Mobility Advantages of Cars
By Steve Levy | 12 comments | 1,965 views
SENIOR FOCUS: How deciding when to move into a retirement community is a little like trying to time the stock market
By Max Greenberg | 6 comments | 1,222 views
Backlash Begins Following Serra Canonization Announcement
By Nick Taylor | 12 comments | 1,137 views