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Disposing of Your Contact Lens Waste

Did you know the end-to-end trail of contact lens packaging generated annually in the US could circle the world 3 (YES THREE) times over?!

Murray Murray & Groves is now proud to announce we’ve teamed up with Bausch & Lomb to give you an alternative for disposing of your contact lens waste. We can now offer you the option of recycling your contact lenses! So what’s involved?

Step One – Collect the plastic blister packs, foil tops, and even your physical contact lens once it’s wear-life is over.

Step Two – Drop them at our office at your convenience.

Step Three – Relish in the fact you’re making an environmental difference, and we do the rest!

(Side note: all brands of contact lenses are accepted, they do not have to be Bausch & Lomb, and the cardboard packaging your lenses come in can go through regular recycling centers.)