National Drug Take-Back Day is September 29th

September 29, 2012 4:53:54 AM PDT
On September 29, people in Illinois and across the US can dispose of unwanted, expired, or unused drugs properly during "National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day."

The drug take-back initiative is oganized by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Illinois residents can drop off their unwanted drugs at these locations:

--Palos Heights Police Department

7607 W. College Drive

Palos Heights, IL

--Stickney Water Reclamation Plant

6001 W. Pershing Road

Cicero, IL

--North Side Water Reclamation Plant

3500 Howard Street

Skokie

--Calumet Water Reclamation Plant

400 E. 130th Street

Chicago, IL

--Algonquin Police Department

2200 Harnish Drive

Algonquin, IL

--Bolingbrook Police Department

375 W Briarcliff Road

Bolingbrook, IL

--Mokena Police Department

10907 Front Street

Mokena, IL

--Orland Park police department

15100 S. Ravinia Ave.

Orland Park, IL

--Plainfield Police Department

14300 S. Coil Drive

Plainfield, IL

--Arlington Heights Police Department

200 E. Sigwalt Street

Arlington Heights, IL

--Amtrak Police

Chicago Union Station

210 S. Canal Street

Chicago, IL

--1st District-Central Police Station

1718 S. State Street

Chicago, IL

--2nd District-Wentworth

5101 S. Wentworth

Chicago, IL

--3rd District-Grand

7040 S. Cottage Grove Ave.

Chicago, IL

--9th District-Deering

3120 S. Halsted Street

Chicago, IL

--10th District-Ogden

3315 W. Ogden Ave.

Chicago, IL

--11th District-Harrison

3151 W. Harrison Street

Chicago, IL

--12th District-Monroe

100 S. Racine Ave.

Chicago, IL

--Illinois Attorney General's Office

306 N. Pulaski Road

Chicago, IL


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