From TRASH to CASH…
StyroArt is a new form of art using recycled styrofoam materials as the medium to create artistic projects and which can also generate income.
What we commonly call “styrofoam”, is actually the most recognizable form of foam polystyrene packaging. Styrofoam is a Dow Chemical Co. trademarked form of polystyrene foam insulation introduced in the U.S. in 1954. Styrofoam is a trademarked name, the real name of the product is foamed polystyrene.
Styrofoam usually comes to your home as protection for packaging of sensitive items like Television set, Monitor, Refrigerator, and other household appliances which you usually throw away or put in the garbage.
In a series of KAYA NG PINOY Expo events organized by the Globalpinoy Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises at the San Isidro Mini-Forest Park (Taytay, Rizal) in December and in Adamsom University (San Marcelino Street, Manila) and Arellano University (Legarda, Manila) in February, the Globalpinoy Management Team observed that among the exhibitors in the event, the booth of Filipino Inventor Antonio Agtoto always has the most number of visitors because of the product from his invention and the craft, Filipino Inventor Agtoto and Globalpinoy Management Team named ‘StyroArt Craft’.
Child prisoners are the ones involved in this project. This is one reintegration program means for them. Thus, support for this project is marketing their products because the more demands we could create, we are building more job opportunities back home.