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About Us

Expired or unused prescription medications are a public safety issue, leading to potential accidental poisoning, misuse and overdose. Proper disposal of unused drugs saves lives and protects the environment. Our goal is to make it easier to locate a medication disposal site. Using our app, you can easily find a location near you, find out what substances are accepted and even find out if the bins are full or empty. Our Ultrasonic sensors detect the fill level of Medication disposal bins enabling the user to know which location is full or empty. This will help pharmacy personnel and other disposal locations personnel solve the problem of frustrated customers wanting to dispose unused medications.

Collection Site Locator

Year-Round Medication Disposal

Help stop prescription drug abuse. Drop off your expired, unused or unwanted medications for safe disposal at these locations:

Locate an authorized collector in your area.

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What substances can be disposed

Many medication collection programs have restrictions regarding what can be disposed of. Restrictions may include syringes and sharps, liquids, aerosols, hydrogen peroxide, thermometers and medical waste from business. If there are any questions, please call the location for clarification. For your convenience, we have included most of the details regarding what can or cannot be disposed at these locations. Our app also provides you with status of the location. Whether the Bins are empty or full.


Our Sensor is a smart ultrasonic fill-level sensor that can be easily installed on any type of container. It uses robust ultrasonic technology, allowing it to monitor any type of substance. The sensor measures bin fill-level, monitors bin status, and sends real-time data to our network. Obtaining real-time fill-level data of bins allows our customers to go to a location that is not full.


Offer comprehensive smart management solution to the Medication disposal bins using industry leading cloud-based software connected to the latest custom IoT smart sensor and smart bin technology. This will help people across the USA locate a medication disposal location and whether its full or empty.

How the App works

Users will be able to locate a medication disposal site near them using their zip codes. On the app, click on medication disposal, click on continue, input your zip code, input within how many miles range and click search. The results will show you the nearest location, the bin status and directions.


Mediloc Kiosks with sensors

Mediloc combines a stainless-steel collection receptacle with a removable prepaid shipback inner liner. When the inner liner fills, authorized persons can safely remove the liner from the collection receptacle, seal it and return it via common carrier. Inner lines are treated using the DEA-preferred method of disposal, incineration, rendering the pharmaceuticals non-retrievable. Our kiosks come with smart sensor technology which allows customers to go to a location that is not full.

Mediloc is designed for long-term care facilities, licensed law enforcement and drug treatment centers, as well as retail pharmacies and hospitals and clinics with on-site pharmacies.

Mediloc Benefits

  • Cost-effective and easy-to-manage system that meets DEA regulations

  • Utilizes a collection receptacle, the DEA-preferred method for collection

  • Comingled collection of controlled and non-controlled pharmaceuticals

  • Inner liners transferred by a common carrier

  • Controlled drugs destroyed using incineration, DEA-preferred method

Mediloc Features

  • 14-gauge steel collection receptacle

  • Smart Sensor Technology

  • One-way medicine drop with locking door

  • Double-locked front door access

  • Secures to a permanent structure

  • Serialized liners with prepaid common carrier return

Mediloc kiosk Specifications

Are you limited on space or on a budget? Need to collect a large quantity of unused medication in a high-traffic area? We have you covered with the right cabinet size for your business needs.

6 Gallon


Dimensions: 13″ x 15″ x 31/52″ tall
(On wall or Pedestal options available.)

Available For: Unused Medication

20 Gallon


Dimensions: 19″ x 13″ x 52″ tall

Available For: Unused Medication

28 Gallon


Dimensions: 19″ x 20.5″ x 47″ tall

Technology Available

Available For: Unused Medication

38 Gallon


Dimensions: 23″ x 20.5″ x 52″ tall

Available For: Unused Medication

46 Gallon


Dimensions: 24″ x 24″ x 52″ tall

Available For: Unused Medication

46 Gallon (Thru Wall)


Dimensions: 24″ x 24″ x 38″ tall

Available For: Unused Medication


How do I properly dispose of empty pill bottles?2018-11-09T19:59:45+00:00

Empty medication bottles can be recycled. Leave the cap on and remove the prescription label before recycling.

Is the disposal method environmentally safe?2018-11-09T19:59:25+00:00

Incineration is environmentally safer than other disposal methods, such as flushing or placing in a landfill.

How should I prepare the medications for drop off?2018-11-09T19:58:48+00:00
  • Keep medications in their original container and place them in a sealed, clear plastic bag (pills can remain in their blister packs).
  • Use a marker to cross out your name on medication containers if you wish. Drop off is anonymous – no ID is required.
  • If you don’t have the original container, place medication in a clear plastic bag.
Will you be collecting information about me when I return my medication?2018-11-09T18:58:48+00:00

NO. No personal information will be collected from the medication bottles.

Use a heavy duty marker to cross out personal information on the labels (optional).

Will I have to show an ID?2018-11-09T18:57:40+00:00

NO, drop-off is safe and anonymous. No ID is required and no questions will be asked.

Is there any paperwork to fill out?2018-11-09T18:56:58+00:00

NO, you do not need to fill out any paperwork.

Can I bring my tubing and catheters?2018-11-09T18:56:21+00:00

NO, these are not allowed. If they don’t have a needle attached, they can be placed in the trash.

Can I bring my used needles and syringes?2018-11-09T18:55:52+00:00

NO, needles and syringes are not accepted in the drop box.

Can I bring in medication for my relative?2018-11-09T18:55:05+00:00

YES, you may bring in medication for a relative if that person is not able to bring in the medication him/herself.

What unwanted, unused or expired household medications are accepted?2018-11-09T18:48:32+00:00

Medication from households is accepted in any form, including prescription, over-the-counter, vitamins, herbal supplements and pet medications. Examples include:  Ampoules, Blister packs, Capsules,  Creams,  Cylinders,  Unused Epipens,  Gels, Inhalers,  IV bags,  Liquids,  Medicated Patches, Pills, Powders, Sprays, Tablets, Vials

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