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Contact lens recycling scheme launches at Sudbury opticians Drage and Tozer

Staff at Drage and Tozer Opticians in Sudbury. (6927265)
Staff at Drage and Tozer Opticians in Sudbury. (6927265)

A new contact lens recycling scheme has been introduced at an opticians in Sudbury, in a bid to support the effort to reduce plastic waste in the country.

Patients and members of the public have been invited to deposit unwanted contact lenses and packaging into a new recycling box, which has been installed in the reception area of Drage and Tozer opticians, located in Siam Place.

Dawn Jordan, contact lens specialist at Drage and Tozer, said: “Introducing a contact lens recycling service is a small but vital step in the global war against single-use plastics.

“Drage and Tozer Opticians are proud to be part of the new national scheme.”

To learn more about the scheme, go to www.drageandtozer.co.uk.


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