2 August 2020
"Ledelyn “Ate Neneng” Rosello, 40, operates a “sari-sari” store and peels garlic for a living in Baseco, Tondo. But these days, she earns extra income from collecting plastic waste like sachets and food packaging materials that otherwise would have polluted the streets, esteros or the ocean.
"She is the pilot network partner of Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx) founded by philanthropist and social entrepreneur Nanette Medved-Po, who dreams of making the Philippines—currently stigmatized as one of the world’s largest contributors to plastic pollution—part of a global solution to address postconsumer plastic waste."
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