Turning Your Waste Into Something Good
The Waste4Good is aiming to solve the waste problem and food insecurity caused by COVID-19 by providing W4G products to promote healthier and more sustainable food sources. The W4G pivoted from Solar-powered & Automatic Bin into Waste4Good Planting Kit with the Compost Activator Solution (CAS) to provide a solution for COVID-19 impacts while mitigating the bio-waste problem. The Planting Kit is a complete set of planting materials for urban farming. Our products will utilize biodegradable waste with the help of CAS and reduce the waste 8x smaller. Using our products, the user can produce their healthy food at home faster and easier.
It contains beneficial microorganisms that can:
Promotes soil quality
Eliminates bad odor
Improves crop nutrient absorption
Boosts crop immunity
Improves crop quality, and more
The Waste4Good Upcycled bucket was produced from single used plastics such as shampoo sachets, plastic bottles, and more.
"KOOPINAS: Nagkakaisang Lakas Para Sa Makabuluhan At Sama-samang Pag-unlad!"
Today, cooperatives in Mindanao conducted Trade Fairs and Exhibits at Abreeza Mall in Davao City. Cooperatives and organizations worked together and helped everyone in showcasing their different products. And with the help of our partner, MCN FOCCUS Group of Cooperatives, we successfully presented our products.
Our Farm4Bayanihan is on the way!!
We successfully started planting seeds of squash, eggplants, papaya, and other veggies in our "Farm4Bayanihan" in New Panay, Tulunan, North Cotabato. This area was donated for the implementation of our Farm4Bayanihan and Buy4Community projects. These projects aimed to help the community while we are improving our products.
Waste4Good is among the Top 10 Social Enterprises of the Innovation for Social Impact Partnership (ISIP) -Social Impact Accelerator Program. Waste4Good founders attended the 2-day in-person Learning Lab event in Davao City.
Maraming salamat Villgro Philippines, UNDP, and ACTED
What is BPI Sinag Social Entrepreneurship Challenge ? "BPI Foundation and Bayan Academy have partnered once again to recognize and support more sectors covered by the National Social Enterprise Development Roadmap, a research endeavor shared in last year’s Philippine Social Entrepreneurship Summit."
© BPI Foundation
One of the top 25 finalists for the BPI Sinag Social Entrepreneurship Challenge 2022 is Waste4Good, which aims to provide waste management solutions as well as community-building initiatives.
As we move forward with the challenge's upcoming phase, we are grateful to be a part of it.
On July 27 and 28, 2022, the Philippine Trade & Investment Center Silicon Valley (PTIC Silicon Valley) and Dynamico Space hosted a PH Startups Pitch Night where PH startups, like ours, and prosperous Silicon Valley techpreneurs took part in the mentor feedback sessions.
They are assisting the startup ecosystem in the Philippines to increase visibility and widen our networks not just domestically but also internationally, particularly in Silicon Valley.
Images: © Dynamico Space , Philippine Consulate General San Fransico
Our founder is so grateful to be part of DIWA 2022, and to scale up our social impact! Thank you very much Ashoka Philippines!!