Many employers are struggling with ways to help, and authentically communicate with, remote employees whose consumption of substances increased during the pandemic.
The guest this time is Jason Sundby, the mission-driven CEO of Verde Environmental Technologies Inc., a company that’s committed to developing solutions to reduce drug misuse and negative environmental impact, both at home and in the workplace. Verde is the maker of Deterra at-home drug disposal and deactivation pouches and is a national business advocate for the movement to keep potentially lethal prescription medications out of the wrong hands.
Jason partnered with U.S. Cong. Mary Bono and Admiral James Winnefeld to make disposal of unused opioids and other prescription drugs a top-of-mind issue and then collaborated with employers, non-profits, treatment centers and first responders to fight the opioid epidemic by reducing easy, at-home access to opioids!
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This month, national nonprofit SAFE Project is providing the Deterra® Drug Deactivation and Disposal System free of charge to U.S. households through the Gone for Good® at-home medication disposal campaign. Learn more: deterrasystem.com/safe
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