Medications

(Last Updated: 10/18/2022)

You can bring expired or unwanted medicines to a local kiosk for free and safe disposal. Washington has approved Inmar and Med-project to take back meds. 

Find a Med-Project kiosk near you

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Accepted in Kiosks: Household prescriptions and over-the-counter medications including medications for household pets. Bring in any dosage form, except for those listed below, in their original container or a sealed bag. Prefilled injectors like epi-pens must be mailed back.

Not Accepted: Herbal remedies, vitamins, supplements, cosmetics, other personal care products, medical devices, batteries, mercury-containing thermometers, sharps, illicit drugs, and pet pesticide products.

Free medicine mail-back services are also available upon request. Learn about mail-back services.


Rethink

‚ÄčDon't flush medications or put them in the garbage or recycling. Proper disposal in a kiosk helps prevent child poisoning, illegal drug use, drug overdose, and contamination of drinking water.