Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans

Up to 20 percent of wearers aren't tossing their old lenses into waste containers, opting instead for disposal in sinks and toilets. An ASU study found that after going through a sewage treatment plant, they became even small pieces, which can find their way into fish, birds or other animals.

Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans

Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans
Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans Flushing your contact lenses down the drain is adding plastic waste to oceans

 

 

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