Sounds Good: A Coastal Cleanup on Nov 9

by - Friday, November 08, 2019

Got nothing to do this Saturday? Join the Sounds Good coastal cleanup event happening on November 9, 2019, at the Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (LPPCHEA). This 100% Sustainable Event is made possible by the House of Marley, Power Mac Center, and CORA Philippines (Communities Organized for Resource Allocation).


The Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (LPPCHEA) is a nature reserve situated south of Manila Bay.

Established in 2007 thru Presidential Proclamation No. 1412 as amended, LPPCHEA is the first critical habitat to be declared in the country. LPPCHEA consists of two (2) islands—Freedom Island and Long Island— with mangroves, ponds and lagoons, mudflats, salt marshes, and mixed beach forest all over.

LPPCHEA was recognized as a wetland of international importance by the Ramsar Convention because of the critical role it plays in the survival of threatened, restricted-range and congregatory bird species. It is the 6th Ramsar Site in the country to date.

Upcycle Stunt: House of Marley and Power Mac Logo 

Artivist A.G. Saño is on board with CORA to create an art piece made from materials from the waste collected on this day. This art piece will be displayed at the Power Mac Flagship Store.

Symbolic Tree Planting

House of Marley and CORA to plant one seedling near The Wave main venue to symbolize their commitment to environmental sustainability (and also as aligned with global One Tree Planted initiatives).

Cleanup Proper 


Guests and volunteers will be grouped according to a particular waste to be picked up at the designated area. They will take part in the weighing and data collecting process as well.

Entertainment 

The talented Gio Levy will have an acoustic performance. Plus, lucky volunteers will be receiving House of Marley products. How awesome is that?

If you're interested in joining the cleanup, make sure to register here.

House of Marley is made available in Power Mac Center, a recognized Apple Premium Reseller, Apple Authorized Education Reseller, Training Provider, and Service Provider in the Philippines.

Committed to peace and the planet, House of Marley sets itself apart from other audio brands with both quality and sustainability at its core. From sustainably harvested materials to upcycled fabrics, HOM has reduced the environmental impact by using materials such as nontoxic silicone, wood-fiber composite resin and reground plastic. The packaging is 100% recyclable, too.

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