FREE Medication Disposal and
Educational Service Center (across from YMCA)
Saturday, October 22, 2016 9:00 a.m.—Noon
Bring medication (pills & powders) and recyclables to the drive-thru drop-off location. Keep medication in their original containers if possible.
No needles, liquids, or ointments will be accepted. No need to leave your car. Questions? Contact the County Commissioners Office 419-523-3656
Do you have unwanted, expired or unused medicine around your home? Help protect your family, community and the environment by properly disposing of them.
This event is sponsored and supported by:
*Educational Service Center *Putnam County Sheriff’s Office *ADAMHS Board
*Village of Ottawa *Putnam Soil & Water District *PRO-TEC Coating Company
*Rader Environmental Services Inc. *Verhoff Machine & Welding *Unverferth Manufacturing
*National Millwright *Remlinger Manufacturing *Whirlpool Corporation
*Goodwill *Steck’s Painting *Putnam County Health Dept.
*Pathways Counseling Center *Putnam County Coroner *OSU Extension/4H
*Community Thrift Store *Putnam County Commissioners *POET Biorefining *Progressive Stamping
What Can You Return For Safe Disposal?
(items with * means First Come First Serve)
Prescription medications (pills & powders) Over the Counter medications Medication samples
Medications for pets Vitamins Narcotics (controlled substances)
Computers Cell phones Scrap Steel- appliances, anything a magnet will stick to
Lead Acid & * Household Alkaline/Lithium Batteries Oil * Light Bulbs (4’ Fluorescent Tubes and Household)
Shoes, toys, clothes, books & household items Mercury - bring in your old thermometer & re-ceive a mercury free thermometer
Electronics - fax machines, copiers, microwaves, toasters, scanners, DVD players, cameras, stereo equipment, video game equipment
* Latex & Oil Based Household Paints * Televisions
WE WILL NOT TAKE THE BELOW ITEMS:
Tires IV bags Bloody or infectious waste Medicated ointments/lotions Inhalers Aerosol cans
Liquid medication Personal care products Business waste Used syringes or needles Hydrogen peroxide