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Optics Lab donates $62,000 in eye health products to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Total of 25,000 units of OcuFresh® Eye Wash and Mini Drops® Lubricant Eye Drops provided to residents as post-storm clean-up begins.
El Monte, California (PRWEB) November 26, 2012
Optics™ Laboratory, a global healthcare company specializing in ophthalmic pharmaceuticals, announced today that a gift of the company's eye health products valued at $62,000 will be donated to Hurricane Sandy relief and rebuilding efforts in the aftermath of the storm. A total of approximately 25,000 units of Optics Laboratory products OcuFresh® Eye Wash and Mini Drops® Lubricant Eye Drops is being delivered to Occupy Sandy Recovery the people-powered community relief effort helping residents in the hardest hit areas in the New York, New Jersey region recover from Hurricane Sandy.
"As the communities devastated by Hurricane Sandy repair and rebuild, clear vision will be essential," says Optics Laboratory CEO Patricia Chiu. "Relief from the dust and debris as the clean-up begins is going to be critical. To that end, we believe our donation of eye care products can truly be of assistance. The mission of Optics Laboratory is to help people see and feel better. We are grateful to be able to fulfill this mission by contributing to Occupy Sandy's effort to help speed and support recovery initiatives in storm-ravaged communities."
Optics Laboratory (http://www.opticslab.com) is a global healthcare company specializing in ophthalmic pharmaceuticals based in El Monte, California. Committed to advanced research and development, the company is constantly looking to enhance existing products and break through current limitations with promising new approaches to eye care. Experts in developing and manufacturing personal care products to maintain healthy vision and improve eye comfort, Optics Lab integrates advanced optical science with technology to develop products to promote well-being and help remedy common visual disorders.
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