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Recycle your contact lenses and packaging

Do you like the convenience of one-day contact lenses, but don’t want to fill the earth with more plastic? Worried those little pieces of plastic and foil won’t make it through the regular recycling process? We love the health and convenience benefits of one-day lenses for our patients, but realize the packaging can be difficult to recycle. ¬†Through a program with Bausch & Lomb, you can now bring all your contact lens packaging and used lenses (any brand) to the recycling container at our office and we’ll send them to TerraCycle for you. Or you can print you own mailing label and send them in for free from home. ¬†Learn how you can recycle your contact lenses and packaging at