These kids are usually given coins or a twenty-peso bill, if lucky, by their ‘customers.’ Earnings are split between them and the recruiter. They go home on a weekly basis to remit their week’s profit to their parents.
Get out and good riddance, traditional disposables. These environmental hazards are now so ubiquitous establishments the world over are raising awareness one way or another. The popular solution nowadays is to provide incentives for using reusable things – but what if they themselves are environmental hazards? No fretting – there’s sustainable disposables!
Creativity and passion for goodness come together and get multiplied with a community all clamoring for a brighter future for all – and our planet. Very much in line with what TDA stands for – here is MUNI.