Medication and Medical Waste Disposal

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  • Arizona Medical Waste
    Provides services for disposal of biomedical waste, sharps containers, and pharmaceutical waste.
  • B.W. Recycling, Inc.
    Recycles many types of x-ray film and lithographic film. Free pickup and recycling rebates available with minimum quantities.
    1-877-217-7020
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  • Clean Harbors Environmental Services Inc.
    Full service environmental company primarily focusing on commercial waste and household hazardous waste.
  • Pima County Sheriff's Department - Ajo Substation
    Medication in tablet, capsule, liquid, and cream forms are collected for proper disposal. Metal or glass inhalation aerosol bottles, syringes, and epi-pens will not be accepted. No other medical wastes.
  • Pima County Sheriff's Department - Foothills
    Medication in tablet, capsule, liquid, and cream forms are collected for proper disposal. Metal or glass inhalation aerosol bottles, syringes, and epi-pens will not be accepted. No other medical wastes.
  • Pima County Sheriff's Department - Rincon District
    Medication in tablet, capsule, liquid, and cream forms are collected for proper disposal. Metal or glass inhalation aerosol bottles, syringes, and epi-pens will not be accepted. No other medical wastes.
  • Pima County Sheriff's Department - San Xavier Substation
    Medication in tablet, capsule, liquid, and cream forms are collected for proper disposal. Metal or glass inhalation aerosol bottles, syringes, and epi-pens will not be accepted. No other medical wastes.
  • Pima County Sheriff's Department - Tucson Mountain District Office
    Medication in tablet, capsule, liquid, and cream forms are collected for proper disposal. Metal or glass inhalation aerosol bottles, syringes, and epi-pens will not be accepted. No other medical wastes.
  • Pima County Sheriff’s Department - Green Valley Substation
    Medication in tablet, capsule, liquid, and cream forms are collected for proper disposal. Metal or glass inhalation aerosol bottles, syringes, and epi-pens will not be accepted. No other medical wastes.
  • South Tucson Police Department
    Dispose-a-Med receptacle located in the Police Department lobby, available during business hours. Only medications accepted for disposal. No other medical wastes.
  • Town of Sahuarita Police Department
    Dispose-a-Med receptacle located in the Police Department lobby, available during business hours. Only medications in pill form (no liquids) accepted for disposal. No other medical wastes.
  • Tucson Police Department - Downtown Main Station
    Dispose-a-Med receptacle located in the Police Department lobby, available during business hours. Only medications accepted for disposal. No other medical wastes.
  • Tucson Police Department - Eastside Rincon Substation
    Dispose-a-Med receptacle located in the Police Department lobby, available during business hours. No other medical wastes accepted.
  • Tucson Police Department - Midtown Substation
    Dispose-a-Med receptacle located in the Police Department lobby, available during business hours. No other medical wastes accepted.
  • Tucson Police Department - Southside Santa Cruz Substation
    Dispose-a-Med receptacle located in the Police Department lobby, available during business hours. No other medical wastes.
  • Tucson Police Department - Westside Police Service Center
    Dispose-a-Med receptacle located in the Police Department lobby, available during business hours. No other medical wastes accepted.
  • US Bio-Clean LLC
    Recycles hazardous medical waste including sharps containers and pharmaceuticals.
  • Walgreens
    This location accepts unwanted prescription and over the counter medications for secure disposal, including expired, unneeded and unused tablets, capsules, and vitamins. Includes veterinarian-prescribed medications. Does not accept liquids, creams, inhalers, aerosol bottles, medical sharps, batteries, or other hazardous waste items.
  • Walgreens
    This location accepts unwanted prescription and over the counter medications for secure disposal, including expired, unneeded and unused tablets, capsules, and vitamins. Includes veterinarian-prescribed medications. Does not accept liquids, creams, inhalers, aerosol bottles, medical sharps, batteries, or other hazardous waste items.
  • Walgreens
    This location accepts unwanted prescription and over the counter medications for secure disposal, including expired, unneeded and unused tablets, capsules, and vitamins. Includes veterinarian-prescribed medications. Does not accept liquids, creams, inhalers, aerosol bottles, medical sharps, batteries, or other hazardous waste items.
  • Walgreens
    This location accepts unwanted prescription and over the counter medications for secure disposal, including expired, unneeded and unused tablets, capsules, and vitamins. Includes veterinarian-prescribed medications. Does not accept liquids, creams, inhalers, aerosol bottles, medical sharps, batteries, or other hazardous waste items.