While many companies have made the switch to paperless receipts, CVS continues to rely on paper receipts and coupons. Often, these receipts are multiple feet long in order to accommodate numerous coupons. Not only is this practice extremely wasteful, but it is contributing to deforestation and carbon emissions. Receipts are also non-recyclable and known for containing BPA, a toxic and carcinogenic chemical. It's time for CVS to go digital and stop this harmful and wasteful practice!