Epson Philippines’ ‘Trash to Treasure’ Encourages Responsible Consumption and Proper Waste Management

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Epson Philippines has completed the first round of its “Trash to Treasure” program, demonstrating its commitment to sustainability and community involvement.

“In launching our ‘Trash to Treasure’ program, we are actively addressing waste management while demonstrating Epson’s commitment to responsible practices. This initiative reflects our ongoing efforts to make a positive impact on our environment and support the communities we serve. We are thrilled to continue our sustainability efforts following the successful first round of the ‘Trash to Treasure’ program. This initiative aligns with Epson’s broader mission to leverage our technologies and engage our employees in creating a more sustainable future for all.”

Masako Kusama, Epson Philippines President and Director

Epson Philippines’ Trash to Treasure Program

The company launched its “Trash to Treasure” program in 2023, encouraging employees to donate specific types of clean plastic waste.

By the end of the year, the company had amassed 162 kilograms of clean plastic waste. These materials were donated to Pasig City’s Environmental Resources and Waste Management Office (CENRO) for upcycling into practical items.

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Employees participate in a program by reviewing acceptable plastics, cleaning and air-drying them, and dropping them off in designated bins. The collected plastics are then allocated to Pasig CENRO for local recycling initiatives.

The company is committed to environmentally friendly practices, using recycled materials in products and packaging. The company’s “Trash to Treasure” program encourages responsible consumption and waste reduction and plans to continue this initiative, aiming to transform waste into valuable resources for a sustainable future.

To learn more, visit Epson Philippines’ website.

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