Good for the planet. Good for business.

We are working to minimize environmental impact and operate more sustainably because it is the right thing to do—for our employees, our customers, our business, and our planet. From production improvements designed to conserve water to efforts that recycle nearly 100% of the plastics used in production, CooperVision is prioritizing environmentally responsible practices across four key areas: water, energy, recycling, and people.


Saving water

Working continuously to reduce consumption, increase conservation, and protect vital resources.

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Conserving energy

Finding ways to minimize energy consumption, utilize clean energy resources, and share best practices with like-minded companies.

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Reducing, reusing, recycling

Minimizing our impact by using less and recycling more of the materials needed to make and distribute our products.

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Empowering people

Supporting our employees and local communities through programs that encourage individual stewardship and promote an environmentally conscious workplace.

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Earning Prestigious LEED Certification in Costa Rica

Our 100,000 square-foot contact lens manufacturing facility in Alajuela, Costa Rica has been awarded the prestigious LEED Silver certification for its environmentally-conscious design and operation.

BREEAM Certified in the UK

Our United Kingdom facility is rated “Excellent” by BREEAM UK, a third-party certifying body that recognizes sustainable and socially responsible places to work.

Our goal is simple: Do better every day.

From award-winning conservation efforts in Puerto Rico, to earning sustainability certifications in Costa Rica, Spain and the UK, to operating with 100% renewable electricity resources at three Rochester, NY area sites, we’re making sustainability a priority in the many places where we do business.

CooperVision sustainability measures may vary from facility to facility, owning to site-dependent external and internal factors.