Medication Disposal Kiosks in the Inland Empire

Medication Disposal Kiosks in the Inland Empire

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Earlier this year California announced the continued implementation of medication disposal kiosks in its ongoing attempt to combat drug abuse—prescription drug disposal is viewed as a key contributor to the problem. Kiosk disposal sites provide residents with a convenient way to dispose of their unwanted, unused or expired prescriptions for free. To date, Walgreens has installed 50 safe medication disposal kiosks in its stores across the state. There are several sites already in operation in the Inland Empire as follows: Cathedral City, 33975 Date Palm Drive; Fontana, 16108 Foothill Boulevard; Menifee, 30251 Murrieta Road; Palm Desert, 44840 Monterey Avenue; and in Riverside at 8044 Limonite Avenue.

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