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    We buy all plastic bottles for recycling.

    Time to change our environment. Let's recycle all this plastics!

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    Organize it!

    We accept and buy all these as your garbage. There's always a money on it!

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    Recyclable bottles

    Binibili po namin lahat ng klaseng empty bottles, mapa softdrinks man or alak.

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    Mga plastic na nakikita natin sa lahat ng sulok ng ating komunidad

    Huwag po nating itapon ang mga plastic sa ating karagatan, ito po ay may halaga ating po itong i recycle!

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    Mga carton or empty boxes

    Lubha na pong nakakalbo ang ating mga puno. Ito po ay may halaga dalhin lamang po sa aming recycling center.

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"We support the Philippine government in expressing the need for proper waste disposal and recycling materials as a major factor in protecting the environment"

Lessons from a Junk Shop Owner Who is Also My Dad


Trash is cash.  This everyone knows, but don’t appreciate as much as I do. In Tagalog, ‘may pera sa basura.’ The soda and spam can, when taken together are worth P60 per kilo. And so is the plastic cellophane and paper, liquor bottle, condiments bottles, shampoo bottles, broken refrigerator, computer chips, rundown gate, car ream, car batteries and even bottle shards (bubog) have their values in a junk shop.

Greenpeace Philippines' trash whale


It was made almost entirely of garbage has resurfaced on Taiwanese social media.

The installation, designed by Greenpeace Philippines to raise awareness of the devastating impact plastic trash is having on the ocean and its wildlife, was originally placed on display on in May last year. Yesterday (Jan. 28), an image of the artwork was posted on the Taiwanese news site ETtoday and within 24 hours has gained 38,000 likes.

In December of 2015, a sperm whale was found dead on the beach in Samal, Philippines and its stomach was found to contain fishnet, wood and steel wire, which are believed to have caused its death, reported Asian Correspondent. A local cetacean expert, Darrell Dean Blatchley was quoted by the Asian Correspondent as saying, "

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Metal Cans Becomes

Metal Becomes

"Tin" cans are actually steel cans coated in a thin layer of tin. The tin and steel are separated during the recycling process.

Cardboard Becomes

Cardboard Becomes

Majority of our recycled cardboard can be a different paperboard, bags, corrugated cardboard or another cardboard.

Newspaper Becomes

Newspaper Becomes

Many of the newspapers and magazines collected are recycled in the manufacturer of paper plates and associated paper goods.

Glass Bottles Becomes

Bottles Becomes

Used glass containers can be reused indefinitely. It is actually easier to manufacture new glass containers from recycled glass.