Tennessee American Water will partner with 10 community organizations to sponsor the 2013 Drug Take-Back event on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. to keep drugs out of the environment and off streets.
Local residents are encouraged to simply drive up and drop off their old medications — prescriptions or over-the-counter — for proper disposal at one of five locations — Blood Assurance, 705 E. Fourth St.; East Chattanooga Improvement, 1502 McCallie Ave.; Brainerd Village, 5770 Brainerd Road; Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, 6233 Dayton Blvd.-Sub Station; or the Hamilton County Coalition & Walgreens Pharmacy, 2289 Gunbarrel Road.
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