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The Team

Colin Choi

My name is Colin Choi and I am a freshman majoring in Environmental Studies at the University of Southern California. I became interested in protecting the environment and started this non-profit in 2020 during my sophomore year of high school after realizing that human activity has a tremendous influence on the environment. Living in Southern California, water conservation as well as the availability of clean water are popular topics. How we dispose of our waste, particularly unused medications, has a direct impact on water safety.  I wanted to bring more attention to this emerging issue after realizing that many areas, including my own, lack access to drug disposal drop-off sites. 

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Ethan Choi

Ethan is a junior at Whitney High School in Cerritos, California. He is passionate about healthcare, especially proper health education among the youth. Many people are still unaware of the effects improper medication disposal can have on human health and the environment. Ethan hopes to spread the word within his school and local neighborhoods and help make proper medication disposal a more well-known topic.


Noah Lee
Board Member

Noah graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Nutritional Sciences and is currently applying to medical school. With his goal of becoming a medical professional, he became aware of the importance of proper drug disposal and how it impacts the health of others by limiting misuse and keeping medicines out of the environment. While studying at Cornell he noticed how easy it was to dispose of unwanted medications in Ithaca which motivated him to improve drug-disposal accessibility to areas in need.

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