RLC Residences, the residential division of Robinsons Land Corporation, is fully committed to pursuing its parent company’s sustainability agenda, doing what it can to protect our planet and reduce its environmental footprint.
To encourage RLC Residences homeowners to become sustainability advocates, the company recently partnered with Humble Sustainability, an organization founded by Josef Werker and Niña Opida that collects home and office items that people no longer find useful. The discarded items are given a new lease on life by recycling, upcycling, or finding people who can make good use of them.
This commendable practice forms the framework for developing the “circular living” mindset among homeowners. RLC Residences and Humble’s “Minimize Waste, Maximize Space” program assists residents in decluttering their homes and encourages them to become more conscious about their personal consumption habits that could have a lasting impact on the planet.
Taking part in the sustainability initiative is simple: condo dwellers of RLC Residences only need to gather their pre-loved items — usable or not usable, broken or incomplete — and book a collection or pick-up schedule. Humble will collect, recycle, or upcycle these used items and give them a second life with the help of its sustainability partners. Anything homeowners don’t find useful anymore, including clothes, shoes, books, broken appliances, and furniture, will be accepted regardless of its size and value at drop-off areas at The Sapphire Bloc, The Pearl Place, and Galleria Regency. Soon, more RLC Residences developments will also be given a chance to clean up their homes and maximize their spaces in an eco-friendly way.
RLC Residences homeowners may log on to the myRLC Homeowners portal to learn more about this project. Go to the "Humble" tab, read the process, and register to take part.