Red Bud, IL…State Representative David Friess (R-Redbud) and the Waterloo Police Department will be hosting a Prescription Drug Drop-Off event in Waterloo on Wednesday, September 14th from 9:00-11:00 am. The event collects unwanted or expired prescription drugs and safely disposes of them for FREE.
The free Rx drop-off will take place at the Waterloo Police Department, located at 100 W. 4th Street in Waterloo from 9:00-11:00 am on Wednesday, September 14th.
“I am honored to team up with the Waterloo Police Department to put on this event that’s free to the public,” said Rep. Friess. “This free service provides residents with the opportunity to safely dispose of their unwanted and unused medications.”
Accepted Medications include prescription medications, prescription ointments & patches, pet medications, and vitamins. Prohibited Items not accepted: Needles, Illegal Drugs.
The prescription drug drop-off is an outdoor drive-through event that allows attendees to remain in their vehicle. Drivers should follow the marked lanes when entering and exiting the parking lot.
Learn more at RepFriess.com or contact Rep. Friess’ district office at 618-282-7284.