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Flappyland is a co-working platform of an global eco Art campaign. It is a campaign to encourage people to participate by doing what they are talented and contribute to our campaign instead of ordinary eco campaign requires everyone to do the same thing at the same time such as picking trash on the beach. We aim to promote image of Eco campaign as fascinatin
Green Ladies is the first social eco enterprise operated by consignment model in Hong Kong. Established in 2008, Green Ladies has been promoting eco-friendly habits and middle-aged ladies employment. Through collection of high quality fashion and accessories, we promote secondhand clothing for sustainable use of resources.
We Use is the largest tableware rental service social enterprise in Hong Kong, providing tableware rental with service packages suitable for a variety of events, with the aim of organising ZERO WASTE events. We hope to replace “single-use” with “reusables” in events. During the past year, We Use has reduced over 270,000 single-use tab
Eco-Greenergy is an environmental social enterprise of which the core business includes Zero Grounds Coffee Campaign, food waste recycling and eco products retail sales & customization. From daily operation to product selection and design, being eco and user-friendly is our core value. With simple and sustainable solutions, customers can go green with us
Biohap, made in Hong Kong since 2017, is a supplier of 100% plant-based biodegradable and compostable foodservice products such as hot/cold cups, lids, deli containers, cutlery, plates, bowls, lunch trays and paper bags. Products are made from all natural materials (bamboo and cornstarch), oil & water resistant, microwave and oven safe.
Clean the World was founded in 2009 by Shawn Seipler. As the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for an e-commerce technology company, Shawn traveled several days a week. The idea for soap recycling came about after Shawn learned the barely used bars of hotel soap he left behind each morning ended up in a landfill. That led to Clean the
Haven of Hope Christian Service (Haven of Hope) was found on a barren upland by a group of foreign missionaries in 1950s. Formerly called Junk Bay Medical Relief Council, Have of Hope began by providing medical relief for refugees coming to Junk Bay (near Tseung Kwan O) from Mainland China to reside at Rennie’s Mill. The work of Haven of Hope quickly a
YMCA Tung Chung Green Organic Farm (GOF) aims at advocating environment protection, promotion of ecology conservation and green lifestyle. GOF provides farm training for the unemployed local residents, diversified services to the community, build up better network among social organizations, schools and government institutions, ultimately to construct a bett