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Wednesday, May 2, 2018

"Don't Rush to Flush" holds ribbon cutting in Ione, provides safe disposal collection bins for Amador County

The California Product Stewardship Council (CPSC), working on a grant funded project in Amador County, held a ribbon cutting this past Saturday, April 28, to highlight the National DEA Drug Take Back Day, as well as, community efforts to provide convenient and safe disposal options for Amador County residents year-round.

CPSC has placed three of the first permanent medicine collection bins in Amador County at the following locations: Ione Police Department, Ione Pharmacy and Jackson Police Dept.

This is an expansion of the Don’t Rush to Flush, Meds in the Bin We All Win (DTRF) Campaign.

Photos/video taken at Ione Police Department ribbon cutting on 4/28/18, courtesy Don’t Rush to Flush, Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment, and CPSC.


Ione Mayor Dominic Atlan

City Manager Jon Hanken

Supervisor Richard Forster

Tracy Carlton, First 5 Amador

Paul Molinelli, Jr., Amador Water Agency


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