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Mountain View Police & Fire

Accepts over the counter and prescription medication for drop-off. Drop off bin located in the lobby.Consolidate pills/capsules into a plastic bag and leave liquid medication in their original container marking off personal information.Sharps must be in an approved sharps container. Definition of approved sharps container: Container must be rigid, puncture-resistant, unbreakable, and leak-resistant, with a tightly sealed lid and labeled as “Sharps Waste” or showing the International Bio-hazard label. California State Law prohibits a person from placing home-generated sharps in the trash or recycling containers. Do NOT throw them away. Most sharps drop-off locations are for 1-1.5 quart size sharps containers only. Call in advance before arrival.
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