From a Pentagraph editorial:
Like a pebble dropped in a lake, sending ripples far beyond the starting point, the Prescription Pill and Drug Disposal program started by teachers and students at Pontiac Township High School, continues to spread its impact across the country.
It’s a fitting metaphor for a program designed to protect the safety and quality of our drinking water.
The key message behind the program is that improper disposal of old drugs — flushing them down the toilet or down a drain — can lead to contamination of water supplies. Throwing them in the trash could lead to them falling in the wrong hands.
But, without an active Prescription Pill and Drug Disposal program — the P2D2 program — consumers have few options. Read more.