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: Drug Buster Drug Disposal System, 64 oz. 4/CS
OTC3200H Drug Buster: Drug Buster Drug Disposal System, 64 oz. 1 EA
OTC3204 Drug Buster: Drug Buster Drug Disposal System, 4 oz. 96/CS
OTC3204H Drug Buster: Drug Buster Drug Disposal System, 4 oz. 1 EA
OTC3210 Drug Buster: Drug Buster Drug Disposal System, 16 oz. 12/CS
OTC3210H Drug Buster: Drug Buster Drug Disposal System, 16 oz. 1 EA
OTC3220 Drug Buster: Drug Buster Drug Disposal System, Funnel 12/CS
OTC3220H Drug Buster: Drug Buster Drug Disposal System, Funnel 1 EA
OTCCRC88 Drug Buster: Drug Buster Caps for 16 oz./64 oz. Bottle 1 BG
 

Specifications

Color Yellow, White
HPIS Code 999_200_40_0
Latex Free Yes, No
Material Plastic
Product Function Funnel
Size Ounces 64 oz, 4 oz, 16 oz
UNSPSC 47141601

More about this item

Proper drug disposal does not have to be difficult or time consuming.

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. 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.*

How Drug Buster helps

  • Prevents misuse
  • Deters drugs from leaching into soil and water
    supplies
  • Frees up skilled staff
  • Complies with federal guidelines in a cost-
    effective way

System options and accessories

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.*

Step 1

Simply place unwanted drugs – pills, liquids, narcotics and transdermal patches into the bottle.

Step 2

Invert and swish the bottle twice swish the bottle twice swish the bottleswish the bottle twice swish the bottle

Step 3

After 2 hours, or when full, discard in regular trash* – not hazmatswish the bottle twice swish the bottle

why proper drug disposal?
100+

Different pharmaceuticals have been detected in lakes, rivers, reservoirs and streams throughout the world


6.1 million

Number of people currently abusing prescription typt drugs


Frequently Asked Questions

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

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

  • Tablets
  • Capsules
  • Liquids
  • Suppositories
  • Creams
  • Lozenges
  • Narcotics

Are there any drugs that Drug Buster cannot accept?

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

Can Drug Buster drug disposal system accommodate transdermal patches?

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.

What do I do when the container is full?

Simply dispose into regular trash. All federal and state guidelines require non-hazardous unused pharmaceuticals be rendered undesirable and unusable. Always review your company’s processes and policies or consult local, state, tribal or federal agencies for regulations that apply to your facilities*. The EPA offers a helpful website with relevant state contact

information: http://www2.epa.gov/home/health-and-environmental-agencies-us-states-and-territories

What standards does Drug Buster drug disposal system meet?

Drug Buster drug disposal system complies with non-retrievable DEA standards for controlled substances

Drug Buster also advocates for FDA ad EPA efforts for responsible drug disposal. Please refer to the link to ensure proper compliance with EPA laws and regulations http://www2.epa.gov/home/health-and-environmental-agencies-us-states-and-territories

How does the DEA define “non-retrievable”?

The process utilized to render a substance “non-retrievable” shall permanently alter the substance’s physical or chemical condition or state through irreversible means and thereby render the substance unavailable and unusable for all practical purposes. A substance is considered “non-retrievable” when it cannot be transformed to a physical or chemical condition or state as a controlled substance or controlled substance analogue. Letter to Registrants regarding Disposal of Controlled Substances; Final Rule (PDF)

When do I dispose of Drug Buster?

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

How many pills will the product hold?

  • The 4 ounce Drug Buster can hold approximately 50 pills.
  • The 16 ounce Drug Buster can hold approximately 300 pills.
  • The 64 ounce Drug Buster can hold approximately 1,500 pills.
  • The 128 ounce Drug Buster can hold approximately 3,000 pills

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

Footnotes:

*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.

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