Looking to swipe your stash, the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA’s) second National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday. In an effort to "prevent pill abuse and theft,"government, community, public health and law enforcement partners at these sites will be working together to collect expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs that are potentially dangerous if left in the family's medicine cabinet," says the DEA. Furthermore, tossing your pills down the toilet can lead to environmental hazard.

But. As SF Appeal poins out, "Liquid medications, intravenous solutions, needles, inhalers, and patch-style medications will not be accepted, nor will illegal substances such as methamphetamine or cocaine."

You can get rid of your dugs without question and anonymously at most local police stations. Visit dea.gov to find out your nearest drop-off location.