Ecological Solid Waste Management
Focuses on end-of- pipe solution to waste and pollution, i.e. through dumping and burning, by the application of ecological management approaches such as segregation at source, reuse, composting, and recycling. The aim is to prevent products and materials, at the end of their life, from ending up in disposal sites, i.e. dumps and incinerators, but rather to become resources for others to use.
Focuses on solutions to waste and pollution by dealing with materials and products at the production or manufacturing stage. The aim is to make industry opt for the use of green chemicals and sustainable materials toward the production of products that are ecological and healthy. It also involves the application by industries of such principles as Precautionary Principle, Extended Producer Responsibility, and Green Design.
Zero Waste Project (Global Greengrants Fund)
The project enhances the role of EcoWaste Coalition by advancing Zero Waste through the combined implementation of 1) membership and coalition building, 2) information, education and communication, 3) campaigns and campaign skills sharing, 4) policy development and advocacy, 5) partnership with different stakeholders, 6) research, and 7) set-up of model projects.
Project PROTECT (Swedish Society for Nature Conservation)
The project aims to mainstream chemical safety as an integral component of the country’s efforts to achieve sustainable development, including the elimination of poverty, the promotion of health for all, the reduction of child mortality, the advancement of women’s health and gender equality, and the protection of the ecosystems.
Lead in Paint Elimination Project (in partnership with IPEN or International POPs Elimination Network)
The Lead in Paint Elimination Project in the Philippines aims to eliminate lead in paint and raise widespread awareness among business entrepreneurs and consumers about the adverse human health impacts of lead-based decorative paints in the country.