Old pills piling up? Don't put drugs down the drain! Medicines (including pet medicines) that are flushed or disposed down drains can pollute waterways, including San Francisco Bay.
If you live in Vallejo, see the following options, or our flyer (PDF). If you live out of town, visit Baywise.org for a location near you.
Options for Vallejo Residents
Free medicine take-back boxes are available at the Kaiser Vallejo 24-hour pharmacy (975 Sereno) and the Walgreens 24-hour pharmacy (1050 Redwood at Broadway).
Bring your unwanted medicines to the Vallejo Police Department Collection Site at 111 Amador Street, Monday through Thursday, 9:30 am to 5 pm. There is no fee for this service. Call 707-648-5346 for more information.
Bring them to the free Napa-Vallejo Household Waste Facility at 889-A Devlin Road in American Canyon, Friday and Saturday, 9 am.
Pick up a free pre-paid mailing envelope at the Vallejo Flood and Wastewater District at 450 Ryder Street Fill envelope at home and drop in nearest mailbox. Get your envelope Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm. Call 707-644-8949 for more information.