Dump your old drugs in Milton on April 29


It’s time to get rid of those bottles of Advil that have been sitting in your medicine cabinet for two years.

If you have unwanted or expired drugs, the Milton Police Department wants them.

On April 29, police in Milton will be set up outside of the Target at 13055 Highway 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There, folks can dispose of any tablets, capsules or solid dosage forms of medicine for humans or pets.

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Syringes and liquids will not be accepted.

For more information, visit dea.gov or the Milton Police Department’s Facebook page.

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