Discarded used lenses may be contributing to environmental pollution. Researchers...

Discarded used lenses may be contributing to environmental pollution. Researchers at Arizona State University (ASU) examined the destiny of 13 contact lens brands made from nine different types of plastic polymers. Lenses that end down the drain are usually conveyed to wastewater treatment facilities. ASU researchers found that wastewater plants ...

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