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Brookfield: Brookfield Recycling CenterMenomonee Falls: Community Memorial HospitalMukwonago: D.N. Greenwald CenterMuskego: Muskego Police DepartmentNew Berlin: Moorland Reserve Health CenterOconomowoc: Oconomowoc Memorial HospitalPewaukee: Village of Pewaukee Police DepartmentWaukesha: Waukesha State Bank, Downtown Office
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The City of Muskego is hosting an Electronic & Appliance collection event for all area residents and businesses. ...
Waukesha County will be holding a prescription drug collection Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ...
Waukesha County will be holding a prescription drug collection Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The collection, which is the seventh for the Waukesha County Drug Free Communities (DFC) Coalition, is an effort to prevent prescription drug abuse and accidental poisonings in Waukesha County as well as help protect local waterways.
Eight sites countywide have been designated for the collection on May 16th:
Brookfield: Brookfield Recycling Center
Menomonee Falls: Community Memorial Hospital
Mukwonago: D.N. Greenwald Center
Muskego: Muskego Police Department
New Berlin: Moorland Reserve Health Center
Oconomowoc: Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital
Pewaukee: Village of Pewaukee Police Department
Waukesha: Waukesha State Bank, Downtown Office
Residents are encouraged to bring their unwanted and unused medications, in their original containers, to any one of the eight locations on Saturday. Prescription medications, over the counter medications, ointments, sprays, inhalers, creams, vials, herbals and pet medications will all be accepted by pharmacists on the day of the event. Residents are asked not to bring biohazardous material, sharps, mercury, personal hygiene products and household hazardous waste.
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