2012-10-18 / Views

Posts participate in ‘Take Back’ day

LANSING – Michigan State Police recently announced that 698.75
pounds of prescription drugs were
collected at MSP posts across the
state on the semi-annual National
Prescription Drug Take Back Day
held Sept. 29.
National Prescription Drug Take
Back Day provides a venue for citizens to dispose of unwanted and
unused prescription drugs.
Prescription drugs collected by
posts:
Alpena – 21.6 lbs
Bay City – 62 lbs
Brighton – 85 lbs
Cadillac – 6.5 lbs
Calumet – 12.5 lbs
Caro – 21 lbs
Coldwater – 10 lbs
Flint – 15 lbs

Gaylord – 1.8 lbs
Gladstone – 15 lbs
Hart – 11 lbs
Houghton Lake – 10 lbs
Iron Mountain – 60 lbs
Jackson – 68.1 lbs
Lakeview – 18 lbs
Lansing – 52 lbs
Lapeer – 18 lbs
Metro – 17 lbs
Monroe – 9 lbs
Mt. Pleasant – 15 lbs
Negaunee – 26 lbs
Niles – 46 lbs
Paw Paw – 12.5 lbs
Rockford – 38 lbs
Sault Ste. Marie – 20 lbs
St. Ignace – 1.3 lbs
Wakefield – 7.25 lbs
Wayland – 18 lbs
West Branch – 1.2 lbs

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