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Publications for California Product Stewardship Council

California Product Stewardship Council

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 ...

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California Product Stewardship Council

A Prescription for Change

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.

Published March, 2014

California Product Stewardship Council

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

A Prescription for Change

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

Published June, 2015

California Product Stewardship Council

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 ...

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California Product Stewardship Council

A Prescription for Change: Marin County Edition

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.

Published November, 2014