If you have unused medications you're not sure what to do with, you can turn them in, no questions asked on Saturday.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is holding its eighth National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
At the event, South Carolinians will be able to drop off their expired, unused, and unwanted pills at sites across the state free of charge, no questions asked.
Only pills and other solids, like patches, can be brought to the collection sites. Liquids and needles will not be collected.
This one-day event will make it convenient for the public to rid their homes of potentially dangerous prescription drugs.
Unused medications in homes create a public health and safety concern, because they are highly susceptible to accidental ingestion, theft, misuse, and abuse.
Here are some of the drop off sites in our area:
Bennettsville - CVS Pharmacy, 1085 Cottingham Blvd.
Conway - CVS Pharmacy, 707 Church Street
Darlington - Walgreens, 1005 South Governor Williams Highway
Darlington - Darlington County Sheriff's Office, 1621 Harry Byrd Highway
Florence - Town House Drive-In Restaurant, 317 South Irby Street
Georgetown - Georgetown County Sheriff's Office, 430 North Fraser Street
Hartsville - Walgreens, 901 South Fifth Street
North Myrtle Beach - Walmart, 550 Highway 17 North
Pawleys Island - Midway Fire Rescue, 67 St. Paul's Place