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All local health authorities, which are qualified to allow the use or disposal of medications, can use these guidelines. Drug control agencies and specialists at national, regional and local level will also be active in many countries.

Follow the below link to get the drug disposal Guidelines.
WHO - Drug Disposal Guidelines
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