MEDFORD, Mass. — CVS Health Corp. plans to install medication disposal units in dozens of pharmacies around Massachusetts as part of the state’s effort to fight opioid abuse.
The units allow customers to safely dispose of prescription painkillers that have expired or are no longer being used.
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey joined in Friday’s announcement at a CVS in Medford, the first in the state to offer the medication disposal service.