LIST: Where to donate election tarpaulins

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Wondering what to do with your campaign tarpaulins and paraphernalia now that elections are over? Here is a list of groups that are willing to take them off your hands. (FILE PHOTO)

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, May 20) — Wondering what to do with your campaign tarpaulins and paraphernalia now that elections are over? Here is a list of groups that are willing to take them off your hands.

Kids Who Farm

Kids Who Farm is a non-profit start-up based in Zamboanga City that empowers the youth and communities to start their own microfarms. The group said it is asking for donations of election tarpaulins that it can reuse as lining or covers for their "growboxes." It has a donation station in Metro Manila.

Plaf

Plastic Flamingo or Plaf is a plastic-collecting social enterprise. The group has partnered with a designer to repurpose tarpaulins into eco-boards and bags.

BEST, Inc.

The Basic Environmental Systems & Technologies, Inc. said it is accepting PVC tarpaulins and even posters and flyers for its trash-to-cashback program. BEST has collection centers in multiple locations. There, people can leave their plastic waste and earn points through its MyBasurero app. They can use the points to buy products from its store and partner outlets.