Medical Equipment, Supplies, Drugs
California, Santa Barbara: Direct Relief International. They can’t take medical products from individuals because of California Pharmacy law.
Georgia, Decatur: MedShare. They work with clinics, distributors and individuals.
Massachusetts, Brockton: American Medical Resources Foundation, Inc.
They send stuff off to developing countries.
Multiple Locations: Operation Giving Back Many opportunities for donating equipment and supplies to be handed off to developing nations.
Prescription and non-prescription drugs need to be properly disposed of, but can’t generally be donated.
**National: Dispose My Meds – type in your zip code and it will return a locator near you.
California, Sonoma and Mendocino counties: various
Minnesota, Hennepin County: Police stations
New Jersey: police stations
Washington state: various
It also looks like CVS is gearing up with disposal locations to be passed through local police. I will update you as soon as I hear anything.
You can also bring them, along with your worn-out batteries and old electronics, to your next hazardous waste event.