Meijer announced today it is launching its new Consumer Drug Take-Back Program by installing secure in-store kiosks designed to help customers safely and properly dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs at no cost. Customers can find the easily identifiable kiosks in the pharmacy area in all 241 Meijer supercenters across the Midwest.
“Meijer is thrilled to be one of the first in our industry to provide a secure and convenient prescription drug take-back program at all stores in the communities we serve,” said Jason Beauch, Vice President of Meijer Pharmacy. “The Meijer Drug Take-Back Program allows our customers to remove the risk of an unforeseen accident occurring with expired or unused medications, while enabling them to properly dispose prescription drugs and reducing the possibility of creating a public health hazard.”
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45 percent of working Americans let their hard earned time off go to waste in 2009 and 78 percent anticipate leaving as many as 10 vacation days unused this year (Last Minute Travel survey, July 2010), Royal Caribbean launches Vacation Daze – an online video dedicated to showcasing this unfortunate reality of letting your vacation days slip away.
Sharps Compliance Corp. (NASDAQ: SMED), a leading full-service provider of cost-effective management solutions for medical waste and unused patient medications, is helping medical and other healthcare professional offices like doctors, dentists, vets, clinics, tattoo studios, and skilled nursing or assisted living facilities save time, money and the environment with a “GREEN” alternative to their traditional medical waste pick-up service.
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This year, Americans are planning to give back 226 million unused vacation days causing nearly 50 million of us to become vacation deprived. And, while some cite financial worries as the main contributing factor for their “no vacation” philosophies, many Americans blame “lack of planning” as the reason they find it hard to get away. Regardless of the excuse, Monograms – the all-in-one packaged vacation travel company and member of the award-winning Globus family of brands – is helping travelers make going now not only possible, but also easy.
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FedEx Office and eBay have teamed up to bring the eBay Valet Drop-Off Program to more than 1,600 FedEx Office retail stores, making it easier for consumers to sell items online and earn money. With kids back in school and the holiday season right around the corner, now is the perfect time to clear the home of items no longer needed, such as electronics, small appliances, sporting goods and more to make some extra money. According to a recent survey by the National Retail Federation, the average household has more than 50 extra or unused items worth more than $3,000, if sold on eBay.
The eBay Valet Drop-Off Program is designed to make selling items as simple as possible. Customers bring their items to the nearest participating FedEx Office location. Once in the store, trained FedEx Office team members can help set up an eBay account from an in-store tablet or log in to an existing account. They will then vet items to ensure they can be sold on eBay. FedEx Office then packs and ships items to the nearest eBay Valet processing center where they will be listed and sold. Once the item sells, customers receive payment via PayPal, with updates and notifications throughout the process.
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