Rx Disposal - Clean out your medicine cabinets

There are currently 15 permanent prescription (Rx) drop-off box locations in Hunterdon (9) and Somerset (6) Counties:

Hunterdon County Rx Box Locations

Somerset County Rx Box Locations

Hunterdon County Justice Center
65 Park Avenue, Flemington
8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
(Arrangements can be made with the
Sheriff's Office for after-hours pick-up)

Somerset County Sheriff's Office
County Administration Building (lower level)
20 Grove Street, Somerville

Bernards Township Police Department
1 Collyer Lane, Basking Ridge

Frenchtown Police Department
27 Second Street, Frenchtown

Branchburg Police Department
590 Old York Road, Branchburg

Holland Township Police Department
61 Church Road (back of building), Milford
8am - 4pm, Monday - Friday
(Arrangements can be made for after hours)

Franklin Township Police Department
495 Demott Lane, Somerset

Hillsborough Police Department
379 South Branch Road, Hillsborough

Lambertville Police Department
349 North Main Street, Lambertville

North Plainfield Police Department
263 Somerset Street, North Plainfield

New Jersey State Police, Kingwood Station
945 Route 12, Kingwood

Warren Township Police Department
44 Mountain Blvd, Warren, NJ 07059

New Jersey State Police, Perryville Station
90 Route 173, Hampton

Readington Township Police Department
507 Route 523, Whitehouse Station

Tewksbury Police Department
167 County Road 517, Califon

West Amwell Police Department
24 Mt. Airy Village Road, West Amwell

Unless noted otherwise, the Rx boxes located within Police Departments are available seven days a week, 24 hours a day, with an officer on duty.

When bringing your medications to a permanent Rx box, it is recommended that the pills are kept in the original container with all contact and Rx information covered by a permanent marker or removed from the container. Do not put the medications in a baggie.

Syringes and liquids are not accepted at an Rx box. For syringes in Hunterdon County, contact the Hunterdon County Sheriff's Office; arrangements can be made with Undersheriff Smith. The Hunterdon Diabetes Center will also accept syringes, but there is a charge for their service. In Somerset County, the Somerset Medical Center and St. Peter's Hospital participate in the New Jersey Hospital Association's Safe Syringe Program.

To find other locations in New Jersey, visit Project Medicine Drop, maintained by the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs, at http://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop/locations.htm.

To find other locations throughout the United States, visit the American Medicine Chest Challenge website at http://www.americanmedicinechest.com.



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