What Do I Do With My Unused Medication?
Don't Flush It! Drop It Off!
Unused drugs that remain in medicine cabinets are susceptible to theft and misuse. To prevent medications from getting into the wrong hands, the Prevention Coalition of Mercer County urges residents to properly dispose of expired and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs quickly and anonymously at one of the following drop boxes.
Simply bring in your household prescription and over-the-counter drugs.
Mercer County Rx Drug Drop-Off Locations
Hopewell Valley Police Department
201 Washingtons Crossing - Pennington Road
Lawrence Township Police Department
2211 Lawrenceville Road
Princeton Police Department
1 Valley Road
Hamilton Township Police Department
1270 Whitehorse - Mercerville Road
Mercer County Sheriff's Office
640 S. Broad Street
*only 9am-3pm M-F
Robbinsville Township Police Department
1117 US 130
West Windsor Police Department
20 Municipal Drive
East Windsor Police Department
80 One Mile Road
Ewing Police Department
2 Jake Garzio Drive
Can't get to a drop box?
For at-home disposal:
Crush pills and tablets or add water to dissolve them.
Mix crushed or dissolved drugs with an undesirable substance, such as cat little or used coffee grounds.
Put the mixture into a disposable container with a lid or use a sealable bag.
Throw the sealed container with the drug mixture in the trash.
*Disposal by flushing can lead to water pollution and harm fish and wildlife