Prescription & Over-the-Counter Medicine Disposal

Prescription and over-the-counter drugs should never be flushed, rinsed down the sink, or simply thrown in the trash. The chemicals in medications can contaminate our drinking water and disrupt aquatic life.

Old, out-of-date and unusable prescription medicines can be dropped off at the following locations:

SUMMIT COUNTY

Summit County Sheriff’s Office
435-615-3600
6300 North Silver Creek Drive (Silver Summit), Park City
Monday-Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM
*Will accept liquids if sealed. Will accept bio-hazards, including syringes, by appointment only.

Kamas Police Department
435-783-4344
Kamas City Hall | 170 N Main Street, Kamas
Monday-Thursday, 9 AM – 5 PM
*Will accept liquids if sealed. Will accept bio-hazards, including syringes, by appointment only.

medicines

Park City Police Department
435-615-5505
2060 Park Avenue, Park City
24/7 drop-off

Redstone Health Center Pharmacy (University of Utah)
435-658-9280
1743 W Redstone Center Dr, Park City
Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM – 9 PM; Saturday-Sunday, 9 AM to 9 PM

WASATCH COUNTY

Heber City Police Department
435-654-3040
301 South Main, Heber City
Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM – 6 PM (Closed Holidays)

Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office
435-654-1098
1361 S. Highway 40, Heber City
24/7 drop-off

Pharmaceuticals can also be dropped off at Recycle Utah’s bi-annual household hazardous waste events in May and October at the Canyons parking lot.

For English/Spanish handout with pharmaceutical disposal options, please click here. Click for additional handouts here.