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Eco-Ikot Center

CORA Eco-Ikot Center is an inclusive and holistic recycling system that allows communities to exchange clean, dry, and segregated recyclables for points which can be redeemed for various incentives like fresh vegetables, e-cash, and other sustainable items. 

 

The first of its kind in the Philippines and the world, the CORA Eco-Ikot Center provides a sustainable solution to the plastic pollution crisis that can be inclusively established in any community, and can provide livelihood and incentives to its local citizens.

Paano ba 'to?
How does it work?

Register Now

Soon you can pre-register and check your points online!

Stay tuned.

Anong recyclable ang tinatanggap niyo?
What recyclables do you accept?
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PET Bottles

Clear, thin bottles used for beverages or to hold liquids.  Usually clear, soft and light. Also used food container.

Malinaw at manipis na mga bote na ginagamit sa mga inumin o kaya'y lalagyan ng mga likido. Kadalasang malinaw, malambot at magaan.

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White, Colored Paper, and Cardboard

Cardboard or paper that is not contaminated with food, oil or other liquids. Must be dry and clean.

Karton o papel na hindi nalagyan ng pagkain, mantika at iba pang dumi. Kailangang tuyo at malinis.

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Sachets & Soft Plastics

Flexible plastics made of laminated films and sachets. Typically used as packaging for shampoo, condiments and snacks.

Malambot na plastic na karaniwang gawa sa laminated films at sachets na karaniwang pinaglalagyan ng sabon,

shampoo, pagkain, at iba pa.

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Glass

Clear, dry, and must not be colored

 

Malinaw, tuyo, at

hindi dapat may kulay.

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Sibak

 

 

Often used in heavy-duty products due to its toughness and durability.

 


Kadalasang ginagamit sa mga produktong heavy-duty dahil sa pagiging matigas at matibay nito.

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Metals

Beverage cans  and canned food.

 Mga lata ng inumin at 

mga de latang pagkain.
 

Paano pumunta sa Eco-Ikot Center?
How can I get to Eco-Ikot Center?
 
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Meet our Circular Center Champions

Women play a critical role in the solid waste management and recycling sectors. The Eco-Ikot Center is operated by women champions trained by USAID and CORA on solid waste management (SWM) and 3Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle).

The Sari-Cycle Store
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PRODUCE

Exchange your points with fresh produce, rice and other market goods!

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E-CASH/DIGITAL GOODS

Register with GCash and have your points exchanged to e-cash (1 Point = 1 Peso).

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LIFESTYLE ITEMS

Collect sustainable lifestyle items like tumblers, eco bags, and metal straws and utensils! 

The Community