Reduce, reuse, raecycle.

See also: Can Thailand ever turn the tide on single-use plastic waste?



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Precious Plastic Bangkok

 

A community-based plastic recycling initiative that uses simple-to-build machines to turn plastic waste into new products. Read more here.

www.fb.com/PreciousPlasticBangkok

 

 

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Pankan Society


Donate your second-hand clothing, bags, shoes and household items, which will be resold to raise funds to support children’s scholarships at the Yuvabadhana Foundation.
www.pankansociety.com

 

Second Chance Bangkok

 

This local initiative by the residents of Klong Toey takes donations of quality second-hand goods and sells them to residents in the Klong Toey area at affordable prices.

www.scbkk.org

 

Zero Baht Shop

 

Located at On Nut Soi 14, this is Thailand’s very first swap shop organized by the Thailand Institute of Packaging and Recycling Management for Sustainable Environment. Instead of throwing away
single-use plastics, you can bring them here and swap them for consumer goods such as packaged food, drinks and many other household products. 

 


See also: Here are 7 easy ways to reduce your plastic use

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