Kingston: Prescription drug takeback on Saturday

Kingston is taking your unwanted or unneeded prescription drugs this weekend. Sergeant Sue Munford says there are a few different reasons you might want to get rid of them.

“Get rid of the prescriptions so people that shouldn’t be using them don’t have access to them, and secondly, to dispose of them properly. In the past, people have flushed the medications down the toilet, which isn’t good for the environment.  I believe it was the DEP that earmarked this program so we can safely dispose of these prescription meds,” Munford said.

She says there will be no questions asked, no matter what you throw out. It starts tomorrow at Kingston’s CVS pharmacy at the intersection of 53 and 3A.

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About Steve Burns

Steve comes to the South Shore by way of the Jersey Shore. Upon arriving at Emerson College in Boston back in 2010, and eventual graduation in 2014, Steve was immediately attracted to radio as an outlet for his reporting. Previous stops before the South Shore include WOBM on the Jersey Shore, WCCM in the Merrimack Valley, an internship at CBS Radio News' flagship station, WCBS 880 in New York City, and a few formative years at Emerson's WERS.