Environmental Programs on Solid Waste Management

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Plastic Waste Collection

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The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

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Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

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The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

VIEW LOCATIONS

Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

VIEW LOCATIONS

Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

VIEW LOCATIONS

Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

VIEW LOCATIONS

Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

VIEW LOCATIONS

Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

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Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

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The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

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The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

VIEW LOCATIONS

Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

VIEW LOCATIONS

Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Electronic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The latest initiative under SM Supermalls’ solid waste management program,
the Electronic Waste Collection (EWC) Program encourages tenant and customer participation in the responsible disposal of electronic waste or e-waste which is considered hazardous. This effort also encourages decluttering in households and brings to light conscious consumerism.

Location and Schedule

The public may voluntarily drop off their e-waste during mall hours at designated bins in 76 malls including SMDC Light. The EWC bins are located in Cyberzone areas and in information kiosks or concierge desks.

Accepted E-Waste

We accept old, broken and used mobile phones, phone chargers, power cords, computer wiring, commercial batteries, printer ink and toner cartridges, small gadgets such as keyboards, calculators, power banks, earphones and earbuds. The drop off of gadgets larger than the bin may be coordinated with mall administration. 

Recycling Process

Once the EWC bin is almost full, the mall administration will coordinate with the accredited transporter and treater for the pick-up of its contents. The company will separate the recyclable parts (metal, glass and plastic) from the non-recyclable material. Toxic chemicals will be treated while the recyclable parts will be brought to a partner facility for processing into raw material for reuse.      

Electronic Waste Collection Booth Locations

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Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB)

VIEW LOCATIONS

Batteries from cars, trucks, and power generators are hazardous.  The ULAB collection program enables proper recycling and encapsulation of the different parts of the batteries, including its harmful chemicals.

Location and Schedule

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

ULAB drop offs by customers are coordinated with the mall’s accredited treater and transporter for the cash exchange of P200 per battery unit.

Recycling Process

The lead compounds (harmful chemicals) are removed from the batteries and reused. Any plastic parts are also reused while the other materials are for encapsulation. Encapsulation is the final disposal process of placing the material in a sealed container after treatment in a proper disposal facility for the long process of decomposition.

Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) Booth Locations

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Trash to Cash

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Trash to Cash (TTC) is a recycling market held every first Friday and Saturday of the month to encourage waste segregation and recycling among our customers, tenants, and the community. The recycling market is open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Locations

To date, the TTC is activated in 74 SM Supermalls and 5 SMDC properties, namely Mezza, Jazz, MPlace, Light and Sun.

*except SM Cubao and SM Makati

Accepted Waste

We accept paper, plastics and PET bottles, glass, metal, tin and aluminum as well as cookware and kitchen items. Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) are accepted in the malls during the recycling market on a quarterly basis – March, June, September and December.

Payment

Each mall has an assigned recycler for their TTC and price per classification varies according to the prevailing market price. For the duration of the recycling market, the recycler will weigh the customer’s items, compute for the equivalent price and directly transact with the customer for the cash exchange.

Recycling Process

The assigned recycler is responsible for the reuse or recycling of the materials collected at the TTC. They may process the recyclables themselves or bring specific recyclables such as plastics to processing plants

LEGEND:

* - with Watsons Incentives

Trash to Cash Booth Locations

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Plastic Waste Collection

VIEW LOCATIONS

The Plastic Waste Collection (PWC) Program is a partnership with NGO Plastic Credit Exchange and supported by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. First launched at SM Megamall on February 10, the program aims to reduce plastic waste in landfills and oceans through proper plastic segregation and disposal. The malls become a venue for customers, tenants and surrounding offices to participate actively in the circular economy or the reuse of plastic material.     

Location and Schedule

Customers may voluntarily drop off their plastic wastes daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Blue PWC container vans are located in four (4) malls to date - SM Megamall Building B perimeter, near the SM Supermarket entrance, SM Mall of Asia outside the North Parking Building across One E-com’s Fitness First, SM City North EDSA Annex Building Driveway, and at SM City Fairview in between Transport Terminal A and Open Parking B. More sites will be announced within the year.

Accepted Waste

The PWC program accepts all kinds of plastic wastes excluding PVC pipes and material. Examples are plastic sando bags, PET and HDPE bottles, Styrofoam, disposable containers, utensils and straw, sachets, snack packs, shampoo, conditioner and detergent containers, bubble wrap, e-commerce pouches and small tires. The plastics must be empty, clean and dry.

Recycling Process

SM partnered with Plastic Credit Exchange (PCEx), a non-profit organization, to weigh and haul the plastics and brings them to valorizing affiliates which process them into either material for cement, into paver blocks or planks and soon recycled PET bottles.  

Plastic Waste Collection Booth Locations