We aim to reduce waste and avoid pollution.


We Help You Grow A Greener Business.


We Offer Comprehensive Recycling Services


Every month, we are able to recycle 60 to 90 tons of plastic wastes.
30 tons of plastic is equivalent to 1,500 school chairs.
Each plant can process 90 tons of SINGLE-USE plastic waste.
One EnviroHOME prevents cutting of at least 22 mature trees.

Waste Management

We offer complete plastic waste management services, from collection to recycling.


Business Solutions

We help business adopt sustainable and environmentally responsible recycling practices.


Quality Services

We focus on recycling of plastic wastes and minimizing waste environmental impact.


We are a Leading Waste Management Company, Committed to The Environment

ENVIROTECH aims to reduce the global problem of plastic wastes by recycling and turning them into useful and beneficial products.

Solving the World’s Plastic Problem with Envirotech

A picture of a plastic-free world is difficult to imagine. It is undeniable that despite their undecomposable nature, plastics serve many useful purposes. So functional, in fact, that we depend on them to carry out vital everyday activities. What’s more impossible to imagine, however, is a picture of a world without seabirds and marine animals.

Fear of this vision prompted Envirotech Waste Recycling, Inc. (EWRI) to exist, in order to safeguard the welfare of whales, seals, turtles, and other aquatic creatures through plastic wastes recycling.

Envirotech is a recycling company established in Davao City in 2010 to help address the perennial plastic problem in the Philippines. Founded by Winchester O. Lemen, the company collects single-use or soft plastic wastes from local communities and private organizations and converts them into furniture, construction materials, household essentials, and other products.

Every year, the world generates over 300 million tonnes of plastic wastes but only a portion of these can be recycled. The rest remains dumped in landfills, and since most plastics take a hundred years to decompose, the landfills also take time to clear out. To help prevent the surplus of wastes from polluting the ocean, Envirotech makes recycling the better alternative.

Lemen said that people know how to religiously segregate biodegradable from non-biodegradable wastes, but the problem is that they don’t know what to do with the mixed soft plastic wastes. These are usually the neglected wastes, because junk shops have no use for them.

from the lack of disposal sites, another problem that Envirotech seeks to address is the growing demand for wooden furniture made from trees. More than 10 years ago, the company made a breakthrough by creating school chairs and tables out of thousands of candy and junk food wrappers, shampoo sachets, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles, and grocery bags.

Over the years, Envirotech has introduced more products into their catalog: tiles, pallets, bricks, pots and planters, lamps, garbage bins, canisters, picnic tables, lounging chairs, foot-disinfecting baths, and foot-operated alcohol dispensers, tables and chairs. Today, the company’s latest project is a 28-sqm house made out of 95% plastic wastes. With each product consisting of 300 to 10,000 pieces of plastics, Envirotech helps reduce the amount of wastes that overpopulate landfills.

Instead of labelling plastics as one of society’s evil opponents, Envirotech promotes proper recycling as a lasting solution to the world’s plastic problem. When viewed through an imaginative and resourceful mindset, plastics are valuable wastes that can become useful again.

We are your Pac-Man dedicated to clear the Earth of plastic garbage. We are your waste management experts in transforming them into durable pieces of furniture, building materials and all you can imagine creative usable products. We partner with Companies who share our vision of safeguarding the environment. Envirotech is to fulfill the mission of maintaining a toxic free world and sustainable recycling of plastic waste. Thank you for trusting us.

Envirotech currently has recycling plants in Davao City, Claver in Surigao del Norte, Zambales, Nueva Ecija, and Koronadal City.

Products & Services

We offer comprehensive recycling, plastic waste management, & sustainability solutions for economy and businesses.

Waste Collection
Plastic wastes are collected from landfills, LGUs, businesses and individuals to our waste recycling plants around the Philippines.
Sorting & Processing
Plastic wastes will be segrated, shreded and melted, ready to be transformed into a useful material.
Melted plastic wastes will be molded, pressed and assembled into new products such as chairs, pots and other beneficial items.


Corporate Sustainability

We Help You Grow A Greener Business.

recycling facilities
kilograms of processed waste this year
tons of waste recycled monthly
school chairs produced

Waste Management Experts

Meet our leadership team.

Kathleen Joyce Pastrana


Manages accounts of the Company local and international. She is a sassy dynamic advocate of the environment. A believer of the endless possibility of plastic recycling.

Richard Lemen


A dynamic Manager handling the operations of the Company. He is in charge of the plastic processing and making sure that the quality of the product meets the client requirements with 20 years of experience and giving 100% of the job needed to be secured.

Clarissa Lemen

Vice President

An Industrial Engineer aiming to help achieve the goals of the Company. Being a hardworking woman, she monitors the job and motivates personnel to be at their best. Practices and inspires each individual with highest respect; the true value of the Company.

Winchester O. Lemen

President and CEO

Winchester Lemen is a mechanical engineer who founded Envirotech Waste Recycling, Inc. He has been using his skills for the greater good as he is running an environmental project which reduces plastic waste and turns it into useful products such as pots, benches and school chairs.

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    “The gargantuan task of addressing the plastic pollution needs the concerted effort of all stakeholders — government, private sector, the general public. This effort of Envirotech is a boost to our efforts of making headway into finding innovative solutions to plastic pollution.”
    Executive Director of the Department of Science and Technology’s Philippine Council for Industry, Energy, and Emerging Technology Research and Development
    Dr. Enrico Paringit Executive Director of the Department of Science and Technology’s Philippine Council for Industry, Energy, and Emerging Technology Research and Development

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