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Phillipe Li | Business Development Manager, HK Recycles

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The Recycling King


For providing accountable and measurable waste management solutions to both commercial and residential clients

Philippe Li is the Business Development Manager for HK Recycles, a social enterprise that tackles Hong Kong’s socio-environmental problems by providing accountable and measurable waste management solutions and provides full-time employment opportunities for the underprivileged. Philippe is responsible for the acquisition and the diversification of clientele, cultivating strategic partnerships, long term strategic planning and marketing. Prior to his role in HK Recycles he worked for SOW Asia Foundation, a social enterprise accelerator and Impact investor, as a Senior Associate. 


Philippe is also involved in Earthero, a blog that provides first-hand day-to-day tips on how to reduce waste. Alongside regular updates on pressing environmental issues, the blog hopes to shed new light on our consumeristic behaviour and provides environmentally friendly alternatives that we can all adapt to with ease, providing the first step towards sustainable living.



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