National Drug Takeback Days will take place at the Union Street Hannaford Supermarket Parking Lot in Bangor.

National Drug Takeback is Friday (29th) between 7 am and 5 pm and again Saturday (30th) from 10 am to 2 pm

Once again this event is sponsored by Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department and the Bangor Police Department.

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Spring is in the air. And if you are getting rid of last year’s prescription drugs that you didn’t finish taking, this is for you.

Yes some will just say ‘Flush em down the toilet’ but, do we really need those drugs in the water system.

And we should all be concerned that if they are just left around that those potentially harmful drugs could end up in the wrong hands. Including an addict’s hands.

But they also could end up in an innocent child’s hands too. And nobody should want that to happen.

Unused or expired medications can be dropped off with no questions asked.

And at the same time you can have your personal documents shredded for free.

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Just like those old pills, you don’t want those statements or bills with financial information to fall into the wrong hands either.

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