GMA News: Here’s how you can turn plastic waste into cash with this company’s new recycling program

Updated: Jul 5

Here is how you can earn money and help the environment at the same time!



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As part of its sustainability program, Century Pacific Food Inc. (CPFI) has launched a waste-to-cash program where people can turn in their plastic waste and receive money in return.

The program, established by plastic offset platform Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), uses the “Aling Tindera” project, where women-owned sari-sari stores are turned into collection points for the plastic waste.


In exchange for cash, people can bring to these sari-sari stores their plastic waste, which will be placed in specially designed containers.


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