CVS/pharmacy has announced that 7,200 of its locations provide Sharps Compliance Corp now.'s Environmental Return System, which gives customers having the ability to get rid of their unused safely, expired, or unwanted drugs using medication disposal envelopes. The postage-paid envelopes cost $3.99 and allow patients to mail their unwanted prescription and OTC medications through the united states Postal Service to a licensed, secure facility for secure destruction. Controlled chemicals are excluded out of this program by law. ‘CVS/pharmacy is committed to safe environmental practices in addition to helping customers prevent misuse at home of their unused medications, so we are pleased to partner with Sharps Compliance to supply a environmentally-safe and protected solution in our pharmacies,’ said Papatya Tankut, RPh, vice president of Pharmacy Professional Solutions at CVS/pharmacy.Launched in 2008, Grand Problem Explorations grants have been awarded to nearly 500 researchers from over 40 countries. The grant program is available to anyone from any self-discipline and from any business. The initiative uses an agile, accelerated grant-making process with short, two-page on the web applications no preliminary data needed. Preliminary grants of $100,000 are awarded 2 times a year. Successful projects have an opportunity to get a follow-on grant of up to $1 million.. PRESS RELEASE ORLANDO, Fla. — 12 July, 2012 — Cardinal Wellness today kicked off its Retail Business Meeting , the business’s annual trade display for independent pharmacies, which this week attracted a lot more than 7 again,000 attendees. July 11-14 in Orlando Taking place, Fla., this year’s event celebrates independent pharmacies’ commitment to providing quality, personalized treatment and customer service to patients.