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Published on April 20th, 2021 | by Deb Wolf0
Take Back Day October 23rd, 2021
Washington County Sheriff W. Samuel Hill, in cooperation with the DEA, has coordinated collection sites within Washington County for the safe disposal of unused prescription medications.
Vape pens or other e‐cigarette devices from individual consumers, after the batteries are removed from the devices, will be accepted also.
Washington County Sheriffs (10 Elm St, Montpelier)
Northfield Police Dept. (110 Wall St, Northfield)
Barre City Police Dept. (15 Fourth St, Barre)
Montpelier Police Dept. (1 Pitkin Court, Montpelier)
The VT State House (115 State St, Montpelier)
Kinney Drugs in Berlin (800 US Rt 302, Berlin) Supported by the Berlin PD
Kinney Drugs in Waterbury (80 S. Main St, Waterbury) Supported by the VT State Police
Note: Year-round, permanent drop boxes are available at the Sheriff’s Department and Police Departments in Washington County, Central Vermont Medical Center lobby and Kinney Drugs in Berlin and Waterbury.
Free, postage-paid Medication Mail Back envelopes are available through the Vermont Dept. of Health and Central Vermont New Directions Coalition www.cvndc.org (802) 272-0456