Did you know that every minute of every day, the equivalent of one truckload of plastic waste enters the sea? (The PLAF, 2021). Moreover, it is estimated that 2.7 million tons of plastic waste are generated in the Philippines each year, and a whopping 20 percent of that is said to end up in the ocean (McKinsey, 2015)

Figures like these may be overwhelming but even #smallactsoflove can make a difference.



LOOPY in partnership with LOVE BEAUTY & PLANET and THE PLASTIC FLAMINGO offers a plastic loop collection program

The Plastic Flamingo, aka The Plaf, is a social enterprise that aims to tackle marine plastic pollution by collecting and recycling ocean-bound plastic waste through their network of collection points. Their goal is to transform plastic waste into “eco-planks” which will be used to make emergency shelter kits for Filipinos displaced by natural disasters.



STEP 1: Order LOVE BEAUTY & PLANET products from LOOPY

Use code "LOOPMonthly" to get 5% off your LOVE, BEAUTY & PLANET purchase and to signify the intent to subscribe monthly.

STEP 2: We'll deliver your LOVE BEAUTY & PLANET orders starting MONTH 1


STEP 3: MONTH 2 onwards, we'll collect the bottles you will be donating

The LOOPY courier will deliver the your monthly order AND collect the empty LOVE, BEAUTY & PLANET  bottles you will be donating.
Don't worry, we'll send out a message on the same day your order will be delivered so that you can prepare your PLASTIC LOOP (the bottles to be donated). 
Additionally, no additional amount will be charged for the collection of bottles.
You will also get P100 off when you return your clean and empty bottles on month 2. 


STEP 4: On MONTH 7, your order will be completely FREE as part of your benefits from LOOPY

PLUS, you will also get a PLASTIC LOOP certificate recognizing your contribution to the sustainability efforts of


*This PLASTIC LOOP service is only available to NCR subscribers of LOOPY.



Plastic Flamingo. (2021). The PLAF x Organisations.

McKinsey & Company and Ocean Conservancy, Stemming the Tide: Land-based Strategies for a Plastic-Free Ocean, 2015.