PASIG CITY SIGNS MOU WITH GREEN ANTZ BUILDERS’ COMMUNITY ECOHUB
After many challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Memorandum of Understanding between the City Government of Pasig and Green Antz Builders Inc. was officially signed on August 5, 2021 in a virtual ceremony attended by representatives from the Pasig City Mayor’s Office, Pasig Environment & Natural Resources Office (CENRO), Solid Waste Management Office (SWMO), and Office of the City Administrator. Also present are Barangay Manggahan Officials and representatives from the funder USAID’s Clean Cities Blue Ocean Program (USAID CCBO).
Shell partners with Green Antz to create a station from upcycled plastics
Supermajor teams up with Green Antz to build petrol station entirely from upcycled plastic waste
Mati Ridge Homes, in partnership with Green Antz
, brings you quality and sustainable homes that you deserve!
CDC, Green Antz launch eco hub in Clark
ALI sets new path to Zero Waste, introduces pilot Eco Hub in Arca South
AC Energy integrates circular economy in renewables development
Nestlé, Green Antz address waste plastic laminates
A partnership between Nestlé Philippines and Green Antz Builders, Inc., an innovative social enterprise based in Pulilan, Bulacan which produces alternative construction materials incorporating waste plastic laminates, is addressing an environmental issue while involving communities including schoolchildren in waste collection, and providing livelihood opportunities
Republic Cement and Green Antz Builders launch first Ecobrick Hub in the Philippines
As part of their continuous efforts to protect the environment, Republic Cement and Green Antz Builders launched the first ever corporate partnership Ecobrick Hub in the Philippines for the benefit of Barangay Prinza in Teresa,
Rizal last July 6, 2018.
Colgate-Palmolive PHL, Green Antz reach first milestone in plastic waste management initiative
Colgate-Palmolive Philippines and Green Antz Builders recently reached the initial milestone of their plastic waste management program—they turned over the first of a series of “Wash and Brush Stations” that was made in part of plastic-sachet waste, to the municipality of Pulilan.