Expired or unwanted pharmaceutical drugs and unused prescription opioids must be rendered harmless before disposal in order to prevent potential theft or misuse of a drug through inadvertent exposure to children or others. Such practice can also reduce incidents of drug diversion, as well as to prevent those drugs from entering into and damaging groundwater or soil. When it comes to drug denaturing and planning non-retrievable strategies to protect people and the environment, definitions are important.
What is drug denaturing?
Medical dictionaries define drug denaturing as “changing the nature or natural quality of something,” and the process of denaturation involves the modification of a drug’s molecular structure. Read more >