CRC stands for Community Recycle for Charity.
We are a non-profit, registered and government approved organization, founded on the year of 2008 with the aim to serve communities bt helping those who are in need regardless of neither race nor religion.
How do we do it?
Clothes and furniture you donacted will be sent directly to charity homes that needs help.
Other recyclable items such as paper, glass, plastic and metal will be separated in our sorting location and then sold to increase CRC Fund.
The entire amount received from the sale of donated items is used to fulfill the wish list of the charity homes and school projects.
Some of the clothes (especially store-rejects) donated by companies and individuals are given away freely to those in needs.
Although we want to make the world a better place through recycling and charity, we want to make sure we're having fun doing it as well.
We believe that a positive attitude can go a long way. So while we're healing the environment with recycling, dont't we heal the society with a smile?
Why trust us?
CRC has so far installed 400 bins around Klang Valley to encourage recycling activities and increase convenience of donating recycle items
We have successfully processed more than 10,461,897 tonnes of recyclable waste from our bins
Various collaborations have been made with above 50 esteemed partners that support our cause.
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Bandar Rimbayu’s Recycle
Bandar Rimbayu’s Recycle, ReLove and ReConnect
Konvensyen Permerkasaan Pihak Perkuasa Tempatan (PBT) Malaysia
Thanks MBPJ and PJKita for the invitation to the 'Konvensyen Permerkasaan Pihak Perkuasa Tempatan (PBT) Malaysia' in Putrajaya International Convention Centre on 10 and 11 December 2018.
3R Awareness Event @ Toyota Tsusho
A workplace recycling program does more than help the environment and save money. Done it right, a recycling program boosts morale and facilitates team building.
Green Community Day With Orang Asli Tanjung Sepat
Pelangi Publishing Group CSR Recycling Campaign
Charity homes visited