Fast, Easy and Safe
Our Product meets ALL Federal guidelines
and reduces your agency's liability.
DEA and EPA Compliant.
Destroy Schedule 1 Cannabis/THC:
Eliminates Medical & Recreational Cannabis/THC, too!
WHAT LAW ENFORCEMENT IS SAYING...
“Dealing with drug seizures as a drug task force commander and 48 years of law enforcement experience, one of the constant problems is disposing of controlled substances legally in an EPA and DEA approved manner.
Narc Gone® HD is the first product that provides a safe and economic method for law enforcement agencies to not only destroy prescription drugs, but the illicit drugs they encounter daily.”
Task Force Commander, 48 Years of Service
Narc Gone® C allows you to handle both illicit and prescription drug disposal in one safe, affordable, and easy to employ solution.
MEETS ALL FEDERAL
Narc Gone® C has been independently lab tested to meet DEA requirements for drug disposal, which is supported by the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
Narc Gone® C’s patented process neutralizes the hazardous chemicals of the drugs and allows for the final solution to be discarded safely in the trash with no harm to the environment.
HOW EASY IS IT?
ADD DRUGS & SHAKE
REPEAT STEP 1 UNTIL CONTAINER IS FILLED
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Narc Gone® C uses Chemical Digestion Technologies and activated carbon to deliver on-demand drug disposal. Activated carbon is widely used for clean-up and adsorption of chemically difficult substances. When combined with our patented broad-spectrum, liquid solution, Narc Gone® C begins dissolving Schedule 1 and RX drugs on contact. Chemical bonding to the activated carbon begins immediately as well. Under extreme heat, chemical binding can be reversed (1700 degrees F) but, at this temperature, drugs are literally atomized. Together, these factors make *Narc Gone® C a complete drug destruction system that meets DEA standards for disposal of controlled substances.
*Always follow state and local, rules and regulations, under which your facility is governed. Contact your landfill to verify acceptance of solidified, non-hazardous, activated carbon in routine trash. If any unknown or hazardous substances have been added to the container, it should be incinerated.