Why make sunglasses cases more sustainable?

Updated 4 months ago by Wesley Schnitzler

The average person gets a new pair of sunglasses couple of years, yet most sunglasses are made out of non-renewable materials that will last for hundreds of years. Very few get repurposed or recycled and most end up in landfills.

Over 100 million eyewear frames are sold every year, which equates to about 20,000,000 lbs of plastic product and plastic packaging waste destined for the landfill.

Our goal is to prevent 1 billion pounds of plastic waste from ending up in landfills.

How did we do?

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