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2014 Expected generic releases:

Please note that these dates are approximate.  There are multiple factors that may delay the release of a generic drug.


Expected in January 2015 - Namenda
Expected in February 2015 - Tarka
Expected in March 2015 - Renvela
Expected in April 2015 - Abilify
Expected in May 2015 - Zyvox
Expected in June 2015 - Prevacid 24 Hr, Patanol
Expected in July 2015 - Aggrenox
Expected in August 2015 - AndoGel
Expected in September 2015 - Intuniv
Expected in October 2015 - Neulasta
Expected in November 2015 - Patanol
Expected in December 2015 - Coreg CR

2015 Victor Medication Drop Off 

Victor will hold its 6th pharmaceutical drop off event, organized by the Partnership for Ontario County in collaboration with the Victor Sustainability Advisory Committee, the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office, Mead Square Pharmacy and the Victor Central School District.

The purpose of this event is to collect and properly dispose of unwanted and outdated prescription and over the counter medications. All you have to do is drive through the Victor Education Center parking lot where volunteers will collect the medications – no paperwork and with no questions asked.

Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are increasing at alarming rates, along with numbers of accidental poisonings and drug overdoses. Studies show that most abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. Medicines thrown in the trash can be picked up by anyone to be passed around or sold on the street, and flushing drugs leads to contamination of environment and potentially of our drinking water supply. So, please bring your unwanted medications to this event for safe disposal and help protect the health of our community and the environment.

 

Last October’s event was a great success! We collected 256 pounds of medications from 99 vehicles and 2 full containers of unwanted sharps. The drugs were taken to the Covanta Niagara municipal solid waste facility by Ontario County Sheriff’s Deputies for destruction via incineration.

 

If you have any additional questions, contact Terry Whitt (Partnership for Ontario County) at 585-396-4554 or Derek Guest (Victor Sustainability Advisory Committee) at 585-924-9139.

 

THE DETAILS

 

WHEN:     October 3rd, 9am - 12pm
WHERE:   The Victor Village Hall
WHAT:     Unused, expired and unwanted prescription drugs or over-the-counter medicines and sharps (needles, syringes and lancets) from households.

NOTE:       Illegal drugs, pharmaceutical materials and sharps from pharmacies, veterinary clinics and pharmaceutical businesses and devices containing mercury can not be accepted. Knives, razors, and other sharp objects also can not be accepted at this event

HOW:      
  • Leave all drugs in their original bottles/containers.
  • The prescription drugs are going into a secured container for incineration, but you should feel free to black out your name for privacy, if you wish. Please LEAVE THE NAME OF THE DRUG VISIBLE ON THE LABELS.
  • Place all drugs into a plastic or paper bag.
  • Enter the Victor Central Schools Campus through the High Street entrances and follow the signs to the VEC Parking Lot.
  • Stay in your vehicle at all times.
  • Drive up to the collection area and place your bag of medications into a plastic container held by one of the official volunteers wearing a colored vest.
  • Follow the traffic pattern out of the Parking Lot and back out of the Campus.
After the collection event, all of the medications will be taken by Ontario County Sheriff’s Deputies for destruction. The sharps will be transported to Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua, for proper disposal.

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