Recommendations to Appropriately Dispose of Medications



If you are in need of disposing unused or expired medications, Operation Drop Box allows you to do so anonymously, 365 days a year at “prescription drug drop boxes” located within the headquarters of participating police departments in each of New Jersey’s 21 counties.  The participating police agencies maintain custody of the deposited drugs, and dispose of them according to their normal procedures for the custody and destruction of controlled dangerous substances.  They report the quantity of discarded drugs to the Division of Consumer Affairs on quarterly basis.  

This initiative builds on the success of the U.S. “Drug Enforcement Administration’s Nation Take Back Initiative, and the American Medicine Chest Challenge which is sponsored by the DEA Partnership for a Drug Free New Jersey, and the Sheriffs’ Association of New Jersey.  Both programs also provide single-day opportunities to drop off unused medications at pre-identified, secure locations.

National Take Back Day is scheduled for April 27, 2013. Collection sites can be found by going to and will be listed by April 1st.



Roselle Park Police Dept.                                    Riverdale Police Dept.
110 East Westfield Ave.                                       91 Newark-Pompton Tpk.
Roselle Park, New Jersey 07204                         Riverdale, New Jersey 07457
908-245-6187                                                        973-835-0034

Union County Division of Police                        State Police Barracks- Netcong
300 North Avenue East                                        85 Route 206 South
Westfield, New Jersey 07091                              Netcong, New Jersey 07857
908- 654-9800                                                        973-347-1001

Mendham Twp. Police Dept.
3 Cherry Lane
Brookside, New Jersey 07926

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Yasmin was, and always will be, a shining example of a how a person can achieve anything with hard work and a life-affirming attitude. She gave more than she took, she loved more than she feared, and she nurtured her family and friends at every opportunity. We will always remember Yasmin as a woman of strength, courage and compassion. 

Due to her untimely passing from brain cancer, we have set up a trust fund for her two children, Niles and Nylah. Please make your checks payable to: The YANN Trust (Yasmin Algarin Niles Nylah), 197 Ridgedale Ave., Suite 210, Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927.

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