Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble (P&G) has been operating in the Philippines for over 83 years. As the third oldest P&G subsidiary globally, it has pioneered a portfolio of brands spanning 10 different categories. Having introduced and grown its products to become household brands in the country like Safeguard, Pampers, Whisper, Head & Shoulders, Tide, and Downy, P&G has touched and improved the lives of millions of Filipinos for generations.

Beyond its products, P&G has established itself as a partner of growth in the country as it continuously champions the development of Micro-, Small, and Medium Enterprises, women empowerment, health & hygiene, and environmental sustainability through its various programs.

Programs

SURE Global Waste to Worth Innovations (SURE Global W2Wi), in partnership with P&G Philippines and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), has signed Joint Venture of Agreements with cities of Cabuyao, Angeles, and Dagupan for the establishment of waste management facilities. This is an effort to create integral, replicable, profitable, and sustainable waste management systems, which eliminate the need for landfills. When realized, this project aims to:

  • Mitigate 650 metric tons of solid waste per day to generate 20 megawatts of electricity in Cabuyao City;
  • Mitigate 230 tons of solid waste per day to generate 10 megawatts of electricity in Angeles City; and
  • Create 4,000 liters of diesel from 20 tons of plastic and 6000 kilograms of usable methane from 20 tons of food waste to fuel Dagupan’s transportation fleet.

In 2017, SURE Global Waste to Worth Innovations (W2WI) Philippines and the City of Dagupan signed the Joint Venture Agreement for the construction of the Waste to Worth (W2W) facility. This was followed by the groundbreaking on the site in June of 2018. The infrastructure is expected to mitigate 20 tons of food waste and 20 tons of plastic every day, converting these into 4,000 kg of biogas and 13,000 liters of diesel to support Dagupan City’s transportation fleet.
Waste to Worth is a result of a series of feasibility analyses funded by P&G and the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

In 2016, SURE Global Waste to Worth Innovations (W2WI) Philippines and the City of Cabuyao signed the Joint Venture Agreement for the Waste to Worth (W2W) facility that is expected to mitigate 650 metric tons of solid waste per day to generate 25 megawatts of electricity in Cabuyao.
Waste to Worth is a result of a series of feasibility analyses funded by P&G and the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

In 2017, SURE Global Waste to Worth Innovations (W2WI) Philippines and the City of Angeles signed a Joint Venture Agreement for the construction of the Waste to Worth (W2W) facility that will mitigate 230 tons of solid waste per day in Angeles City to generate 10 megawatts of electricity.
Waste to Worth is a result of a series of feasibility analyses funded by P&G and the Asian Development Bank (ADB).