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Johnson & Johnson Vision Reinforces Sustainability Commitment

New deal signed with JEA as part of its SolarMax program will ensure 100% renewable electricity at its global headquarters in Jacksonville, FL.




Johnson & Johnson Vision Reinforces Sustainability Commitment

(PRESS RELEASE) JACKSONVILLE. FL — Johnson & Johnson Vision, a global leader in eye health and manufacturer of ACUVUE brand contact lenses, today announced that it has signed a 10-year deal with JEA1 which will see 100% of the electricity at its global headquarters in Jacksonville, Florida come from solar power.

The agreement reinforces the company’s commitment to sustainability with the business to be on track to source 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2025, as well as achieve carbon neutrality across all its operations by 2030, as part of Johnson & Johnson’s global climate goals2.

The deal, which goes into effect in 2022, will help Johnson & Johnson Vision meet its renewable electricity target and means that all ACUVUE brand contact lenses will be made using 100% renewable electricity. Johnson & Johnson Vision’s production site in Limerick Ireland is already powered by 100% wind3.

This comes as ACUVUE unveils a new sustainability vision with the aim of minimizing its impact on the climate, tackling waste and protecting natural resources. The company has launched a new webpage dedicated to the vision, with sustainability resources for patients and eyecare professionals.

Recent sustainability progress Johnson & Johnson Vision and ACUVUE have made includes:

  • Cutting the carbon footprint of transporting contact lenses by 13% by switching from air to ocean freight. Later this year, this will be a 35% reduction4.
  • Recycling 90% of unused materials from ACUVUE manufacturing sites5.
  • Saving 42,000 tons of CO2 annually through renewable and energy efficient programs†6.
  • Launching the ACUVUE contact lens recycling program in the UK, with 5 million contact lenses and lens cups recycled to date7.
  • Reducing paper used in packaging, with a guarantee that all ACUVUE paper and pulp packaging is 100% sustainable, certified by either the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), Programme
    for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) or Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI)‡8.

“As a leader in the healthcare industry, we’re guided by our strong sense of purpose, helping people around the world see better, connect better, live better. That commitment extends to how we innovate to support the health of the planet,” said Peter Menziuso, Worldwide President, Johnson & Johnson Vision§. “We are passionate about sustainability and hope our commitments, together with the new ACUVUE sustainability vision, can help make a difference.”


As part of the new ACUVUE sustainability resources, the brand is also encouraging contact lens wearers to not flush their lenses down the toilet or sink to prevent them finding their way into streams, rivers, and oceans. A new public information video and leaflet are now available to download to guide wearers on how to responsibly dispose of their contact lenses.

To find out more about how Johnson and Johnson Vision and ACUVUE are working towards a healthier planet, visit here.



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Did you know three out of four people wipe their lenses on their clothes?* Or that one out of three people accidentally drop their glasses at least once a week?* It's no surprise, then, that 93 percent of wearers consider scratch-resistance an important characteristic when choosing lenses.* To prove the durability of new Crizal Rock lenses, we ran tests inspired by real life situations. To learn more about new Crizal Rock, the most scratch-resistant Crizal No-Glare lenses ever made, visit *Study conducted by ⒸIpsos - Risky behaviors of eyeglass wearers - consumer quantitative research 2019 - declarative results - USA - n= 2345 eyeglass wearers

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