Bausch + Lomb ONE by ONE Recycling Program
Recycle Biotrue® ONEday and other Bausch + Lomb brand contact lenses and blister packs through this program.
Recycling in partnership with Biotrue® ONEday
TerraCycle and Bausch + Lomb have partnered to create a free recycling program for Biotrue® ONEday contact lenses and blister packs, as well as lenses and packs from other Bausch + Lomb brands.
Learn More About Bausch + Lomb Recycling Program
Participating is completely free and very easy. Simply visit the Biotrue® ONEday website (by clicking the button below) to access the label request form.
The ONE by ONE Recycling Program
Best practices for Recycling
To recycle this waste stream properly, please do not include any Biotrue® ONEday or other Bausch + Lomb brand cardboard boxes in your shipments, as these are recyclable through your regular municipal recycling service.
As a thank you for your dedication to Eliminating the Idea of Waste, for every qualifying shipment of 2 pounds or more, a $1/lb donation will be made to Optometry Giving Sight.
Bausch + Lomb has embarked on a long-term journey to protect our communities and preserve the natural environment for current and future generations. To do so, they are working daily to become a more environmentally sustainable company by reducing their consumption of fuel, energy, water, and natural resources, while minimizing their generation of waste.
What you can recycle in this Program?
Program accepted waste: Biotrue® ONEday brand contact lenses and blister packs, as well as other Bausch + Lomb brand contact lenses and blister packs. We will also accept contact lenses and blister packs from all brands.
Please note: Biotrue® ONEday and other Bausch + Lomb brand cardboard boxes are recyclable through regular municipal recycling. Please do not include them in your shipments through this program.
What happens to the Waste?
Once received, the contact lenses and blister packs are separated by composition and cleaned. The metal layers of the blister packs are recycled separately, while the contact lenses and plastic blister pack components are melted into plastic that can be remolded to make recycled products..