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Eco-Greenergy is an environmental social enterprise of which the core business includes Zero Grounds Coffee Campaign, food waste recycling and eco products retail sales & customization. From daily operation to product selection and design, being eco and user-friendly is our core value. With simple and sustainable solutions, customers can go green with us
Dedicated to promoting the many faces of Incense culture like China, Japan, Nepal and Hong Kong through various activities and collaborations with NGOs and craftsmen, such as handmade incense products, workshops(Dragon-shaped Incense, Japanese-style Incense, Incense Stick, Tibetan Incense and Rope Incense ), field trips to farmland in New Territories, and ar
Chingmama Handmade Workshop」is founded by experienced social workers with professional knowledge in aromatheraphy, In integrating social work practices with professional methods in aromatheraphy, we set out to educate the public to lead a healthy, balanced and, more importantly, sustainable living.We employ women from underprivileged families to make natural
Biohap, made in Hong Kong since 2017, is a supplier of 100% plant-based biodegradable and compostable foodservice products such as hot/cold cups, lids, deli containers, cutlery, plates, bowls, lunch trays and paper bags. Products are made from all natural materials (bamboo and cornstarch), oil & water resistant, microwave and oven safe.
Healthy ． Natural ．Joyful LifeGreen@station commenced business in December 2016, which is funded by "Enhancing Employment of People with Disabilities (PWSs) through Small Enterprise" Project of the social Welfare Department.Our shop aims at providing training and work opportunites in real work setting for persons with disabilities and promoting env
Rooftop Republic Urban Farming is a social enterprise dedicated to transform the food system by empowering people to grow and reconnect with their own food.Through transforming underutilized spaces within the city into thriving edible gardens, motivating city-dwellers to take ownership of growing their own food, and running educational programmes and experie