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    Needle Dosposal

    How do you guys dispose of your syringes?



    I use a sharps container for TRT but the amount of needles is getting a bit out of hand while on cycle.

    Trt plus additional short esters, hcg and an educational post-workout insulin experiment is making my container look like a war zone.

    Also not a big fan of things being left in such an easy to identify spot.
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    As a diabetic I go through a lot of needles, generally ill put them in a sharps container, then empty the containers into coffee cans when it gets filled because I'm not buying a new one every time. From there I just store them somewhere safe

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    Not sure if we're talking about slin pins only, or if 3cc syringes are included in the available space problem? If the latter, I minimize the problem by unscrewing the actual steel pin from the plastic syringe and including it with the slins in their container. Space will still eventually be a problem, but there's no relatively large syringes to make things worse. The pointless syringes are no threat to dumpster divers, and I discourage prying eyes anyway by discarding them with the Poop my canine Pack is happy to provide. You can use pinless syringes for liquid orals too before tossing the old ones in favor of new ones you generate. In my state there are legal ways to dump sharps as long as you follow rules they have, not unlike oil, gasoline, pesticides, etc.

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    https://safeneedledisposal.org/state-search/

    Has some disposal techniques and info. Also you can type in your zip code and they might have some disposal locations near you.

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    Vids, check your local waste disposal company's guidelines. Some allow sharps to be thrown away with your regular rubbish as long as it's contained within a crush-proof container, duct taped shut, and clearly marked "sharps" with a black marker.
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    Personally, I use an empty protein powder container and when it gets full I super glue the lid on to keep 'em from getting loose and drop it off at the dump when I have enough large other large waste to make the trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawdeal View Post
    Not sure if we're talking about slin pins only, or if 3cc syringes are included in the available space problem? If the latter, I minimize the problem by unscrewing the actual steel pin from the plastic syringe and including it with the slins in their container. Space will still eventually be a problem, but there's no relatively large syringes to make things worse. The pointless syringes are no threat to dumpster divers, and I discourage prying eyes anyway by discarding them with the Poop my canine Pack is happy to provide. You can use pinless syringes for liquid orals too before tossing the old ones in favor of new ones you generate. In my state there are legal ways to dump sharps as long as you follow rules they have, not unlike oil, gasoline, pesticides, etc.
    Thanks, this is what I was hoping to get. It includes 3cc syrences so the containers fill fast. Never thought to just discard the injection needle though I obviously do this already with the draw needle. It will definitely save space.

    As for disposal sites, I just pitch it in my regular garbage. It’s more the number of sharps containers I was going through. Thanks everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NbleSavage View Post
    Personally, I use an empty protein powder container and when it gets full I super glue the lid on to keep 'em from getting loose and drop it off at the dump when I have enough large other large waste to make the trip.
    This is kind of what I do because somehow there's no easy sharps disposal sites around here. I hate to do it but don't have a lot of options

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    If enough people are interested in my excess dog poop, we can work something out.
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    I just put the caps back on than put em back into its packaging and throw em in the garbage.

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