District Attorney John Whelan joined local law enforcement today to announce Take-Back Day.
The initiative is part of the DEA's national program that asks people to drop off potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
At "Take Back" events, collection sites will anonymously accept both prescription and over-the-counter products that are tablets or capsules with no questions asked. However, any intravenous solutions, injectables, needles, or illegal substances such as marijuana or methamphetamine will not be accepted. This effort is specifically for prescription and over-the-counter medications only. You can get more information at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency website.
Participating "Take Back" sites in Delaware County on Saturday, September 29, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.:
Aldan Municipal Building: 1 West Providence Road, Aldan, PA
Brookhaven Municipal Center: 2 Cambridge Road, Ste 200, Brookhaven, PA
Chester Police Department: 160 E. 7th Street, Chester, PA
Eddystone Police Department/Lighthouse Hall: 1401 E. 9th Street, Crum Lynne, PA
Glenolden Police Department: 38 Boon Avenue, Glenolden, PA
Marcus Hook Community Center: 7 W. Delaware Avenue, Marcus Hook, PA
Marple Township: Giant Food Store, 2910 Springfield Road, Broomall, PA
Media Borough Police Department: 301 N Jackson Street, Media PA
PA State Police Barracks: 1342 W. Baltimore Pike, Media, PA
Nether Providence Police Station: 214 Sykes Lane, Wallingford, PA
Radnor Township Municipal Building: Wayne Senior Center, 108 Station Rd, Wayne, PA
Sharon Hill Police Department: 1110 Spring Street, Sharon Hill, PA
Springfield Township Building: 50 Powell Road, Springfield, PA
Tinicum Township Police Department: 629 North Gov. Printz Blvd., Essington, PA
Upper Chichester Police Department: 8400 Furey Road, Upper Chichester, PA
Upper Darby High School: 601 Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA