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default map pin icon 15015 62nd Street North, Stillwater, MN 55082, USA
Expanded listing for: Stillwater Law Enforcement Center

Hours of Operation

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8:00am

4:30pm

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8:00am

4:30pm

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8:00am

4:30pm

Thu

8:00am

4:30pm

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8:00am

4:30pm

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Closed

Sun

Closed

Preparing for drop-off: • Keep medications in original container • If you don’t have the original container, place in a small bag • Drop-off is anonymous–no ID required Needles, syringes, lancets, and thermometers are not accepted at the Unused Medication drop boxes. Bring these items to the Washington County Environmental Center.
Materials:

Description: Old and unused medicines in your home can pose a risk for accidental poisoning, theft, and drug abuse. Medications disposed of in a sink, toilet, or landfill can eventually pollute surface and groundwater, and harm fish and wildlife. Instead of flushing or throwing them in the trash, drop the medication off for safe and free disposal. The Washington County Sheriff's Office will secure the medications and take them to a waste-to-energy facility that is licensed to burn this type of waste. The service is paid for through the use of the County Environmental Charge, which is placed on garbage collection services in the county. Please click the link below for more detailed information: http://www.co.washington.mn.us/meds

default map pin icon 2150 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125, USA
Expanded listing for: Woodbury Service Center

Hours of Operation

Mon

8:00am

6:00pm

Tue

8:00am

5:00pm

Wed

8:00am

6:00pm

Thu

8:00am

5:00pm

Fri

8:00am

5:00pm

Sat

8:00am

12:00pm

Preparing for drop-off: • Keep medications in original container • If you don’t have the original container, place in a small bag • Drop-off is anonymous–no ID required Needles, syringes, lancets, and thermometers are not accepted at the Unused Medication drop boxes. Bring these items to the Washington County Environmental Center.
Materials:

Description: Old and unused medicines in your home can pose a risk for accidental poisoning, theft, and drug abuse. Medications disposed of in a sink, toilet, or landfill can eventually pollute surface and groundwater, and harm fish and wildlife. Instead of flushing or throwing them in the trash, drop the medication off for safe and free disposal. The Washington County Sheriff's Office will secure the medications and take them to a waste-to-energy facility that is licensed to burn this type of waste. The service is paid for through the use of the County Environmental Charge, which is placed on garbage collection services in the county. Please click the link below for more detailed information: http://www.co.washington.mn.us/meds

default map pin icon 14669 Fitzgerald Ave. N., Hugo, MN 55033, USA
Expanded listing for: Hugo City Hall

Hours of Operation

Mon

8:00am

4:30pm

Tue

8:00am

4:30pm

Wed

8:00am

4:30pm

Thu

8:00am

4:30pm

Fri

8:00am

4:30pm

Preparing for drop-off: • Keep medications in original container • If you don’t have the original container, place in a small bag • Drop-off is anonymous–no ID required Needles, syringes, lancets, and thermometers are not accepted at the Unused Medication drop boxes. Bring these items to the Washington County Environmental Center.
Materials:

Description: Old and unused medicines in your home can pose a risk for accidental poisoning, theft, and drug abuse. Medications disposed of in a sink, toilet, or landfill can eventually pollute surface and groundwater, and harm fish and wildlife. Instead of flushing or throwing them in the trash, drop the medication off for safe and free disposal. The Washington County Sheriff's Office will secure the medications and take them to a waste-to-energy facility that is licensed to burn this type of waste. The service is paid for through the use of the County Environmental Charge, which is placed on garbage collection services in the county. Please click the link below for more detailed information: http://www.co.washington.mn.us/meds