Lessons Learned from the Reverse Distribution Industry and ...

Lessons Learned from the Reverse Distribution Industry and ...

A Reverse Distribution Perspective Of The Issues Of Pharmaceutical Collection The 1st National Pharmaceutical Product Stewardship Dialogue Meeting June 19th, 2008 Sacramento, California Mark Harvey Director of Operations EXP Pharmaceutical Services Corp. 2008 EXP Pharmaceutical Services Corp. Industry Overview What is a Reverse Distributor? Returning Potentially Creditable

Pharmaceuticals Waste Determination and Management at Reverse Distributors Facility Assisting Current Customers in Waste Management and Education by: Initial training of Pharmacy staff by Reverse Distributor personnel Processing report data that includes reasons for credit ineligibility Non-compliance incident reports Regulatory Challenges DEA:

Memorandum of Understanding Allow Bay Area pilot program USPS: Packaging & Labeling Acceptable Materials State: MWMA (Medical Waste Management Act) LTC Homes SB966 (signed by Governor Schwarzenegger) Differing Opinions Materials Collected: Non-Controlled Substances

Controlled Substances Medical Waste Type Of Program: Drop-Off vs. Mail-Back Type Of Treatment: Incineration Hazardous Waste Treatment Implications Reduces Teen Pharming Increases Patient Safety

Environmental Impact Child and Elder Safety Partnerships

Waste Water Agencies City and State Government County Health Public/Private Organizations BAPPG (Bay Area Pollution Prevention Group) Save The Bay (NGO) Pharmacies EPA USPS

DEA DPH DTSC Questions? Mark Harvey Director of Operations 48021 Warm Springs Blvd Fremont, CA 94539 Phone: 510-933-0936 Email: [email protected]

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