ultra-frog:

Here’s your reminder to not flush medications down the toilet.

Unless you are directed to flush them by a pharmacist or doctor, medications are very bad to have in the water system. Most water treatment plants aren’t equipped to deal with these types of chemicals when in the water. As the frog man I care a lot since having these released into the water is very harmful to amphibians, not to mention fish and reptiles. I was just sitting and started thinking about ways to protect wildlife and I decided hey, why not make a post. If you’re trying to dispose of controlled medications such as dextroamphetamines(adhd meds like adderall, concerta, ritalin, vyvanse), benzos(such as xanax, diazepam, or lorazepam), or opiates/opioids(percs, oxycontin, vicodin) most police stations are able to dispose of them for you. If not you may be able to have a pharmacy dispose of them.

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About C.A. Jacobs

Just another crazy person, masquerading as a writer.
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