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Thread: Disposal of used needles/bent pins

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkbrand
    I use empty film containers, I have one that is labeled Old Needles and I place all of them in there and when it gets full I will pitch them.
    I do this too but I poke a small hole in the lid so I can just push them through the hole. They don't fall out and I don't risk spilling them everywhere opening the cap each time. (You see...I'm a clutz)

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    Quote Originally Posted by frogella
    I wrap mine in a small piece of duct tape and put it in the trash. I don't go through many needles so this is just easier.
    This is what I do also. Or, I wrap then in a peice of news paper, and stickytape it together if I cant find the duct tape.

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    Costco will take care of your old needles, as well as your empty prescription bottles! No need to remove your Rx info, they're just all shredded up!

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