Republic Cement Partners with Jollibee to Turn Plastic Waste into Fuel

In a groundbreaking initiative, Republic Cement collaborates with Jollibee Foods Corporation to transform the fast-food giant's plastic waste into an alternative fuel source for cement manufacturing.

Republic Cement Partners with Jollibee to Turn Plastic Waste into Fuel

Republic Cement, an Aboitiz-owned company, has forged a significant partnership with Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) to repurpose plastic waste from JFC's extensive brand portfolio, including Jollibee, Chowking, Mang Inasal, Greenwich, Red Ribbon, Burger King, Panda Express, and Yoshinoya, into an alternative fuel for its cement manufacturing process. This innovative approach aims to divert plastic waste from landfills and waterways, addressing the pressing issue of plastic pollution.

Republic Cement CEO, Mr. Roman Menz, emphasized the importance of this collaboration in combating plastic pollution and its negative impact on communities. He expressed enthusiasm about JFC's commitment to sustainability and the joint effort to create a greener, more sustainable world. JFC Vice President for Network Development Group, Gerard Paul Filart, highlighted the initiative's dual benefits of minimizing waste and contributing value, expressing hope for a more joyful future.

This partnership represents a significant step towards sustainable business practices, showcasing how industries can collaborate to address environmental challenges while contributing to their operational needs.

Source: Bilyonaryo