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Get rid of your old Rx drugs event, set up in 12 locations

The service is free, anonymous, no questions asked from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Citizens are encouraged to drop off their expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs Saturday.


Officials from the Lucas County Board of Commissioners and representatives from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency have set up a dozen drop-off stations throughout Lucas County.


The service is free, anonymous, no questions asked from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


"Parents need to know that there are resources available to make potentional dangerous drugs stay out of the hands of their children," Commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak said.


The locations throughout northwest Ohio are listed:

MAUMEE
Springfield Township Fire Station #3

7145 Garden Road


St. Luke's Hospital Entrance Yellow 3

5901 Monclova Rd.

MONCLOVA
Monclova Township Fire Dept.

4395 Albon Rd.

NEAPOLIS
Providence Township Fire and Rescue

8149 Main St.

OTTAWA HILLS


Ottawa Hills Police Dept.

2125 Richards Rd.

SYLVANIA


City of Sylvania Police

6635 Maplewood Ave.


Sylvania Twp. Police

4420 King Rd.

TOLEDO
Lobby of One Government Center

Jackson and Erie


Lucas County Health Dept.

635 N. Erie St.


Washington Twp. Fire Dept.

2469 Shoreland Dr.

WATERVILLE
Village of Waterville Fire Dept.

751 Waterville Monclova Rd.

WHITEHOUSE
Village of Whitehouse Fire Dept.

10550 Waterville St.

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