Pharmaceutical Controlled and Noncontrolled Substance Reverse Distribution

Far West Rx Disposal is your trusted and reliable provider for reverse distribution. We are a family business, committed to quality and integrity.

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About Far West Rx Disposal

Far West Rx Disposal (FKA-Far West Returns) provides reverse distribution services with the best online system and customer service in the industry. Our online platform is unmatched in the industry providing customers the transfer and disposal of DEA scheduled and non scheduled pharmaceutical waste. We understand how busy the workplace is and we strive for the customer to see value in the service we provide.

Drug Enforcement Administration

The DEA regulates the disposal of controlled substances (Office of Diversion Control, 21 CFR 1304)  FWRD will dispose of all Non-RCRA controlled and non-controlled pharmaceuticals with no value and render them “Non-Retrievable” (21 CFR 1317.90, 1317.95).

User-friendly ordering system

Sign up and place your first order within minutes using our modern web-based application. Our competitors use downloaded printouts that are complicated and time consuming. Our system allows you to find any FDA sourced pharmaceutical in any combination of package size by NDC number. We also have DEA Generic Codes for medications without an NDC number. You’ll have full control of your account, all your orders, and receive order status updates by email. If you need help determining what waste stream your medications are, please give us a call. We are here to provide guidance and help dispose of your medications.

Best customer service

We excel at personalized attention. If you dread submitting complicated and expensive orders with our larger, corporate competitors, please give us a chance to impress you.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We excel in helping customers determine how to create orders and properly configure the itemized reports required for transfer and disposal.

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