Bausch + Lomb Collaborates with TerraCycle to Launch First Contact Lens Recycling Program in Canada

 Bausch + Lomb Collaborates with TerraCycle to Launch First Contact Lens Recycling Program in Canada

Bausch + Lomb Collaborates with TerraCycle to Launch First Contact Lens Recycling Program in Canada

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  • The companies will collaboratively launch Bausch + Lomb Every Contact Counts recycling program in eyecare offices across Canada, allowing people to recycle their disposable contact lenses and blister pack packaging
  • The goal of the initiative is to provide an opportunity to eye care professionals and patients to collect waste with an aim to increase the number of recycled contact lenses and their associated packaging thus reducing their overall impact on the environment
  • Contact lenses and blister packs are collected at Every Contact Counts, shipped to TerraCycle recycling facility to get recycled into plastic that can be remolded to create new products. Additionally, Bausch + Lomb has similar recycling programs in the Netherlands, the US, and Australia

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