Citizens of Bennington and 13 surrounding towns wiped clean up their homes and drugs cupboards on Saturday, May 18. For the first time, individuals could get rid of unused or unnecessary prescription and over-the-counter medicines at dangerous waste disposal day. A complete of 45 kilos of drugs were amassed for safe disposal. Drug assortment efforts like this one make houses more secure and keep the medication out of drinking water and rancid the streets.
“We’re thankful for the great collaboration and the efforts our group members made to get their unused medicines to this event,” mentioned James Trimarchi, the director of planning at Southwestern Vermont Health Care. “It was a great opportunity to share the scoop that medicine may also be safely disposed of any time here at the health center.”
A few firms and community businesses—alongside the Bennington County Forged Waste Alliance, the Bennington Police Division, Casella Waste Methods, Hannaford Supermarket of Bennington, which provided snacks for enlistees, and Southwestern Vermont Health Care—labored in combination to gather unused or unwanted drugs along with the different household hazardous waste at the event.
Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) is a complete, preeminent, well-being care program offering exceptional, handy, and affordable care to the groups of Bennington and Windham Counties of Vermont, eastern Rensselaer and Washington Counties of New York, and northern Berkshire County in Massachusetts.
SVHC comprises of Southwestern Vermont Scientific Middle (SVMC), Southwestern Vermont Local Cancer Facility, the Facilities for Living and Rehabilitation, and the SVHC Foundation.