RLC Residences, Humble Sustainability Work Together to Make Reusing, Recycling, and Upcycling a Habit
Sustainability should start at home!
During the past lockdowns, you've probably decluttered and rearranged your home so many times—and in the process, you've discovered that there are a lot of things that you don't anymore need, but are still usable. It can be difficult to find homes for your pre-loved items, especially those that aren't exactly commonplace or are too big and bulky, and this can be doubly difficult in a condo setting, where you don't really have a lot of space or a bodega to keep old things until someone picks them up.
Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) Residences has recently addressed this issue by partnering with Humble Sustainability to help residents of several of its developments easily let go of their things knowing that they'll be reused, recycled, or upcycled.
The partnership, which was made official in October 14, gave birth to the “Minimize Waste, Maximize Space" project. It's currently available in The Sapphire Block, The Pearl Place, and Galleria Regency, but RLC Residences plans to roll it out to its other developments, too.
For those living in the said condos, participating is simple—log into your myRLC account and look for Humble Sustainability. Register and fill in the details, and drop off the items your in condo's the designated area. Participating gets you discounts at Thrift by Humble on Shopee as well.
“This is a significant partnership for us. We are honored to partner with an organization like Humble Sustainability in making sure that we’re not just providing home solutions to our residents but at the same time continue our advocacy of helping save the earth,” says RLC Residences SVP-Business Unit General Manager Chad Sotelo in a release.
“We are very excited to announce this partnership with RLC Residences. Their passion for impact and sustainability resonated with us from the start,” Humble Sustainability Founder Josef Werker shares. “Let's create a stunning experience for the homeowners and most importantly, inspire more people to live circular.”
Now, letting go of things you don't use doesn't mean that you need to acquire more items! If you're willing, this can be the start of going minimalist in the truest sense of the term. Curious? Here are articles that can introduce you to the topic:
- Things to Remember When Creating a Minimalist Home
- This Japanese Ritual Will Change How You Clean the Home
- This Is The First Step To Having A Minimalist Home
- 6 Easy and Effective Tips For Becoming A Minimalist
Not an RLC resident? You can still contact Humble Sustainability through their website to plan your pickups.
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