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Journey of a Pair of Eyeglasses. In the recycling center. A person donates glasses at a location that has a collection box, or takes or mails them to the recycling center. Volunteers sort the used eyeglasses separating intact pairs and sunglasses, from broken frames and loose lenses.

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A person donates glasses at a location that has a collection box, or takes or mails them to the recycling center.
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Volunteers sort the used eyeglasses separating intact pairs and sunglasses, from broken frames and loose lenses
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Glasses are packaged in boxes of 50 by prescription and stored until they are requested by an eyeglass dispensing mission.
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The recipient has his eyes tested, for example, by the hand- held autorefractor provided by the recycling center.
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The recipient is fitted with the appropriate pair of eyeglasses taken from the boxes donated by the recycling center
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The glasses will help the recipient maintain employment allowing him or her to continue to support his or her family, or help child advance in school