Whether your epinephrine auto-injector contains a needle or a needle and a battery, the unused, expired device has a regulated disposal process. By law, these devices may not be placed in residential trash and those devices with a battery may require more than a sharps container. Individuals and businesses not associated with a medical facility have difficulty finding approved disposal locations. LifeReach makes this process simple.
LifeReach is approved by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation – Division of Solid Waste Management to collect unused, expired epinephrine auto-injectors.
LifeReach helps our clients keep the environment safe and clean.
LifeReach charges $10 to properly dispose each unused, expired epinephrine auto-injector.