Protect your Family, Protect the Planet!
Dispose of unused prescription drugs at one of the convenient drop off sites around Marion County:
Aumsville Police Department
597 Main Street, Aumsville
101 Martin Dr, Stayton
Gervais City Hall
592 4th Street, Gervais, Oregon
Keizer Police Department
930 Chemawa Rd NE, Keizer, Oregon
Mt. Angel Police Department
5 N Garfield St, Mt. Angel
Stayton Police Department
386 North Third Avenue, Stayton, Oregon
Turner City Hall
5255 Chicago St SE, Turner
Woodburn Police Department
1060 Mt. Hood Avenue, Woodburn, Oregon
1992 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, Oregon
Marion County Sheriff - Jail Visiting Lobby
4000 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem, OR
What to Bring
• Expired or unwanted prescription medications
• Unneeded over-the-counter medication
• Drugs that didn’t work for you, a family member, or pet
• Drugs that are no longer used
• Medication from deceased family members
• Unknown tablets and capsules
Please leave all medicines in their original containers if possible!
Items not to Bring
• Medical waste of any type
• Over the-counter items that are not medicines
• Bathroom Products (shampoo, hair spray, deodorant, and other hygiene products, etc.)
• Bug repellent, leaking liquid containers and nutritional products, etc.
How to safely dispose of medication if there is no collection site in your area
Medications improperly stored and disposed of present a risk to health, security and the environment. Improperly stored drugs pose a risk to children and teens in your household. Improperly disposed drugs can be scavenged from garbage and abused. When drugs are flushed, they are not removed by sewage treatment facilities and septic tank systems. Drugs can enter the soil, surface water and groundwater. Studies have shown that drugs found in waterways have a serious impact on fish and other aquatic life.
Please keep all medications safely stored (a locked cabinet is best) until used or disposed of at an event or authorized collection facility!