This New McDonald's Branch Uses Reusable Tableware, Eco-Bricks, And Has A Bike & Dine Area

Here's to more environment-friendly establishments with environment-friendly practices!

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Did you know November is Environment Awareness Month in the Philippines? McDonald's Philippines is participating in the green movement with the opening of their new Green & Good store in Shaw Boulevard Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City.

McDonald's Philippines' "Green and Good" initiative is all about practicing more sustainable and greener practices. They opened the first Green & Good branch at UN Del Pilar in Manila early this year and the second branch in Shaw Boulevard Wack-Wack opened in November 2021.

Here are all the green details of McDonald's new Green & Good branch:

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1. This McDonald's Green & Good branch uses reusable rice bowls, utensils, cups, and wooden stirrers for dine-in customers.

2. There's stricter solid waste segregation at this branch's dine-in, kitchen, and preparation areas. McDonald's Philippines aims to reduce waste by converting paper waste into fuel, food waste into fertilizer, plastic waste into repurposed goods, and vegetable oil into biodiesel.

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3. For all the cyclists who are contributing less carbon footprint, this McDonald's branch has a covered Bike & Dine area where you can take a break. This bike-friendly space even has a bike repair station where there are tools you are free to use.

4. If you're using an e-scooter or an e-bike, McDonald's partnered with Meralco and put up an e-charging station called the Meralco E-Sakay's e-Charging Stations. Customers can plug in their e-bike or e-scooter for P1/minute of charging.

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5. This Green & Good store has solar lampposts, LED lights, photo and motion sensors, eco-friendly air conditioning (less energy consumption!), and a rainwater harvesting tank for cleaning the store's exteriors.

6. The establishment is made with reclaimed wood, eco-pavers, eco-bricks, and concrete fiber. McDonald's Philippines also paid attention to the smaller details, like choosing to use paint with low volatile organic compounds.

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Want to visit this McDonald's branch? This McDonald's Green & Good branch is located at Shaw Boulevard Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City.  The branch is open 24 hours and is available to serve dine-in, take-out, and drive-thru customers.

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