LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Disposing of unused or expired medication properly isimportant.
If medicine gets taken to the landfill, it can enter theecosystem, contaminating plants, water, and animals.
WLFI and Rosewalk Village at Lafayette are hosting an event tohelp the community dispose of unwanted medication responsibly.Nurses and police will be on hand to ensure that the medicationwill be disposed of safely and responsibly.
Just stop by Rosewalk Village on December 11 between 8:00 a.m.and noon to turn in your unwanted medication and meet WLFI staff.Both prescription and over-the-counter medication will beaccepted.
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