Drug Buster Drug Disposal System
 
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Drug Buster Drug Disposal System

  • Solution starts to dissolve medications and pills on contact
  • Safe and effective for use on tablets, capsules, creams and more
  • Wall mount available for 64 ounce size; use item MSC351128H
  • 64 ounce bottle (OTC3200) will destroy approximately 1500 pills per bottle
  • 16 ounce bottle (OTC3210) will destroy approximately 300 pills per bottle
  • 4 ounce bottle (OTC3204) will destroy approximately 50 pills
 
 
 
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Material Description Packaging
OTC3200 DRUG BUSTER 64 OUNCE BOTTLE 4/CASE 4/CS
OTC3200H DRUG BUSTER 64 OUNCE BOTTLE EACH 1 EA
OTC3204H DRUG BUSTER 4 OZ EACH 1 EA
OTC3210 DRUG BUSTER 16 OUNCE BOTTLE 12/CASE 12/CS
OTC3210H DRUG BUSTER 16 OUNCE BOTTLE EACH 1 EA
OTC3220 DRUG BUSTER FUNNEL 12/BOX 12/CS
OTC3220H DRUG BUSTER FUNNEL EACH 1 EA
 

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Flushing unwanted medicine down the toilet isn’t environmentally responsible. Mixing drugs in with waste isn’t safe. Having highly skilled staff crush pills isn’t cost effective.

The Drug Buster® medication disposal system deactivates and contains the active ingredients in non-hazardous medications, preventing misuse, and deterring them from leaching into soil and water supplies.

This irreversible process begins immediately, taking just 15 minutes to break down pharmaceuticals into a chemically inactive slurry that can be safely put in the regular trash.*

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Benefits:

  • Minimizes the potential for accidental poisoning or abuse. Patented solution makes medications unusable and unrecoverable within minutes.
  • Protects the environment. Safely deactivates pharmaceuticals, making them safe for disposal in the regular trash.*
  • Frees up skilled staff. The fast and convenient process means nurses have more time to care for patients.
  • Streamlines drug disposal with a cost-effective system for complying with federal guidelines for drug disposal.

Accepts various forms of non-hazardous medications.** Quickly and effectively destroys pills, liquids, controlled substances and transdermal patches.

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How it Works:

Drug Buster uses activated charcoal to quickly neutralize the active chemicals in pills, liquids, controlled substances and transdermal patches. It takes just 15 minutes to break down non-hazardous pharmaceuticals into a chemically inactive slurry that can be safely put in the regular trash.*

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What drugs can be put in the Drug Buster® drug disposal system?

A: Drug Buster is effective for multiple forms of non-hazardous medications, such as:

  • tablets
  • capsules
  • liquids
  • suppositories
  • creams
  • lozenges
  • narcotics

 

Q: Are there any drugs that Drug Buster cannot accept?

A: Drug Buster cannot accept potassium supplements, antacids, gassing agents and hazardous medications.

 

Q: Can Drug Buster drug disposal system accommodate transdermal patches?

A: Yes, to dispose of non-hazardous drug patches, avoid touching the medicine pad; then fold the patch in half, sticky sides together and place into the Drug Buster container.

 

Q: What do I do when the container is full?

A: Simply dispose into regular trash. All federal and state guidelines require non-hazardous unused pharmaceuticals be rendered undesirable and unusable. Please refer to your local regulations to ensure specific compliance. The EPA offers a helpful website with relevant state contact information: http://www2.epa.gov/home/health-and-environmental-agencies-us-states-and-territories.

 

Q: What standards does Drug Buster drug disposal system meet?

A: Drug Buster drug disposal system meets FDA, DEA and EPA guidelines for drug disposal.

 

Q: When do I dispose of Drug Buster?

A: Continue to add medication until it is one (1) inch from the bottle opening, then discard in regular trash.

 

Q: How many pills will the product hold?

A: The 16 ounce Drug Buster can hold approximately 300 pills. The 64 ounce Drug Buster can hold approximately 1,500 pills.

 

Q: Is there a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)?

A: Yes, you can download it here.

 

Q: What is the easiest way to load medications into the Drug Buster drug disposal system?

A: Use the Drug Buster funnel.

Footnotes:

  1. USA Today. AP: Drugs found in drinking water. Available at http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2008-03-10-drugs-tap-water_N.htm. Accessed 10/1/2015.
  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Results from the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Summary of National Findings. NSDUH Series H-44, HHS Publication No. (SMA) 12-4713. Rockville, MD: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/nsduh/2k11results/nsduhresults2011.pdf (accessed 10/1/2015).

*All federal and state guidelines require non-hazardous unused pharmaceuticals be rendered undesirable and unusable. Please refer to your local regulations to ensure specific compliance.

**Drug Buster cannot accept potassium supplements, antacids, gassing agents and hazardous medications.

LITERATURE

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS
HPIS Code 999_200_40_0
Latex Free No
Product Type Drug Buster
Size Ounces 64 oz, 4 oz, 16 oz
UNSPSC 51210000

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