Pill bottles such as aspirin or vitamin bottles are recyclable. The only issue we have is if they are smaller than 3" they are likely to get ejected as a contaminant by our equipment because they are too small to effectively sort.
Prescription medicine vials are not recyclable - the plastic is too brittle. Please discard the clear-plastic vials as garbage.
To prevent misuse of medicines and pollution of the environment, please do not put leftover medicines in the garbage or down the drain, unless no other option exists.
Visit the Make the Drop website to find your closest drop off location.
This item may be recycled at curbside in your regular recycling program.
This item may be recycled at a drop off location such as a convenience depot or transfer station.
This item may be disposed at curbside in your regular waste collection program.
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