Product Stewardship

California Product Stewardship Council

Published Jan 2021

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Medication left in a medicine cabinet can be: Taken by the wrong person (overdosing or starting an addiction)--particularly a child or teen; or stolen by someone coming into the house. Dispose of your medications properly at medication take-back bins--safely, conveniently and anonymously.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Jan 2021

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When medications are thrown into the garbage, they can be taken by someone or end up in our landfills, where the chemicals are also an environmental hazard. Dispose of your medications properly at medication take-back bins--safely, conveniently and anonymously.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Jan 2021

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When pharmaceuticals are flushed down the toilet or poured down a drain, water treatment plants can’t remove these types of chemicals, so it enters our water system and can cause harm to the environment. Dispose of your medications properly at medication take-back bins--safely, conveniently and anonymously.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Drug take-back bins let your safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medications. Find out what people in Orange County are doing to help their communities and the environment.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Drug take-back bins let you safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medication. Learn what people in San Bernardino, Riverside, Inyo and Imperial counties are doing to help their communities and the environment.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Drug take-back bins let you safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medications. Learn what people in Del Norte, Humboldt, Trinity, Mendocino and Sonoma counties are doing to help their communities and the environment.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Drug take-back bins let you safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medications. Learn what people in Siskiyou, Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Alpine and Mono counties are doing to help their communities and the environment.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Drug take-back bins let you safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medications. Find out what people in the South Central Valley including Fresno and Monterey counties are doing.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Drug take-back bins let your safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medications. Find out what people in the North Central Valley are doing to help their communities and the environment.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Los contenedores de recuperación de medicamentos le permiten desechar de forma segura los medicamentos indeseados, innecesarios o vencidos. (Edición de San Diego)

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Drug take-back bins let you safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medications. Learn about what's happening with this program in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Drug take-back bins let you safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded, or expired medications. Learn what people in San Diego County are doing to help their communities and the environment.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Sep 2020

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Los contenedores de recuperación de medicamentos le permiten desechar de forma segura los medicamentos indeseados, innecesarios o vencidos. (Edición de Los Ángeles)

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Aug 2020

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Medication take-back bins let you safely dispose of unwanted, unneeded or expired medications — and fight the opioid crisis in the Central Valley.

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Product Stewardship

Published Mar 2020

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Tips for how to recycle a mattress or box springs with the help of Bye Bye Mattress. Created by N&R Publications for Product Stewardship Group.

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Product Stewardship

Published Mar 2020

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Tips for how to recycle unused paint via the PaintCare program. Created by N&R Publications for Product Stewardship Group.

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Product Stewardship

Published Jun 2019

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Getting rid of old paint, batteries, mattresses and carpet is easy — and good for California! Brought to you by Paint Care, Bye Bye Mattress, Carpet America Recovery Effort and Call2Recycle.

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Product Stewardship

Published Jun 2019

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Desechar pinturas, baterías, colchones y alfombras viejas es fácil y benéfico para California. Traído a usted por Paint Care, Bye Bye Mattress, Carpet America Recovery Effort and Call2Recycle.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Nov 2018

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The California Product Stewardship Council (CPSC) is a powerful network of local governments, non-government organizations, businesses, and individuals who support policies and projects where producers share in the responsibility for managing products at end-of-life. CPSC is California's thought leader and expert on the Producer Responsibility Movement. Find out how this small nonprofit took on Big Pharma and won, and learn how you can help them to accomplish even more!

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Aug 2018

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Improperly disposing of medications or needles can have a serious effect on a community — such as fueling addiction, threatening public safety and polluting important waterways. Learn how the California Product Stewardship Council and its partners in San Joaquin County have made proper disposal of medications and medical sharps easy throughout the region — and how you can help keep the region safe!

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Jun 2015

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Prescription medication can save lives, but it can also take lives. San Mateo County is addressing this serious problem head-on.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Nov 2014

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This publication increases public awareness and understanding of the threats posed by improper disposal of sharps and meds and educates public on best practices and existing resources for proper disposal of sharps and meds. in their local community in Marin County. The publication also educates about the movement for product stewardship legislation, which can further improve access to and ease of proper disposal options for meds. and sharps.

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California Product Stewardship Council

Published Mar 2014

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Unwanted medications and used needles can pose a hazard to our families, our community and our environment. The California Product Stewardship Council is working with stakeholders to find a solution to this problem through safe disposal options.

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