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Goodbye leftover medications.

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Rx Destroyer™ can also be picked up at anytime at one of the CMP office locations.

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WHAT IS Rx Destroyer™?

RX Destroyer™ is an at-home, environmentally clean way to not only clear medications from the cabinet but also to neutralize their active ingredients, making sure they can never fall into the wrong hands — or the local ecosystem.

RX Destroyer™ uses a carbon slurry to dissolve medications on contact. No water or batteries are necessary.

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HOW TO USE RX DESTROYER™

What CAN go into my Rx Destroyer™?

  • Creams
  • Marijuana (THC)
  • Fentanyl
  • Opioids
  • Injectables
  • Liquids
  • Patches
  • Pills & Capsules
  • Powders
  • Suppositories
  • Lozenges

What CANNOT go into my Rx Destroyer™?

  • Syringes & Needles
  • Medication Packaging
  • Effervescent Medications

Make Drug Take-back everyday.

TAKE-BACK LOCATIONS

CARBON COUNTY

Carbon Monroe Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission
430 South Seventh Street
Lehighton, PA 18235

610-377-5177

MONROE COUNTY

Carbon Monroe Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission
724 Phillips Street, Suite 203
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

570-421-1960

PIKE COUNTY

Carbon Monroe Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission
10 Buist Road, Suite 201
Milford, PA 18337

570-296-1054

DEA Take Back Days are the Last Saturdays in April and October

Rx Destroyer™ FAQS

Rx Destroyer pharmaceutical disposal system is a multiple use system. Continue to add medications until contents reach 2” from the top. When not in use, always store in a controlled, safe, and secure location.

The term “reusable” in reference to Rx Destroyer pertains exclusively to its capacity for pharmaceutical disposal until full. Rx Destroyer is designed to be employed for the secure and environmentally responsible disposal of pharmaceuticals until its maximum holding capacity is reached. Users are advised to adhere to the product’s specific guidelines and instructions for use. It’s important to note that once Rx Destroyer reaches its full capacity, it should no longer be utilized for pharmaceutical disposal, and users must follow appropriate disposal procedures. The term “reusable” does not imply indefinite or limitless use but rather emphasizes the product’s ability to be employed multiple times until reaching it’s predetermined limit. Users are encouraged to exercise caution and responsibility when using Rx Destroyer. The manufacturer is not liable for any misuse or improper disposal of pharmaceuticals.

Rx Destroyer was developed to be disposed in the common trash. Some business types require incineration to mitigate risk. If you need to explore incineration, please call us for affordable pickup or mail-back options local to your facility.

Always review your company’s processes and policies or consult local, state, tribal or federal agencies for regulations that apply to your facilities prior to use.

Rx Destroyer products are manufactured on-demand and are processed based upon common FIFO (First-In, First-Out) inventory methods. Subsequently, orders shipped have a “Born On” date no later than 30 days prior to ship date.

Shelf-Life Guidelines:

▶ Unopened containers – (5) years.

▶ Once medications have been added, no longer than (1) year is suggested. If additives are bio based, user may want to dispose as soon as possible to avoid odors and or potential mold growth as it is impossible to predict all additive combinations.

With regard to pharmaceutical waste disposal, and other regulated activities associated with pharmaceuticals, always follow applicable federal, state, local, and tribal laws and regulations.

  • Rx Destroyer contents are Eco-Friendly and in itself is non-toxic or hazardous. DOWNLOAD RX DESTROYER PRODUCT SDS SHEET
  • Follow facility, local, state, and federal guidelines for cleanup. Always maintain a list of medications added to system in your waste destruction log.
  • If in doubt, contact Poison Control Center (800) 222-1222.
  • Simply allow to thaw and use as directed.
  • If container appears to be damaged in any way, discard.

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