The survey, conducted on Sept. 27 to 30,reveal that 68 percent of adult Filipinos are willing to buy food condimentssuch as oil and soy sauce in recyclable or refillable containers. The survey used face-to-face interviewsof 1,800 adults nationwide and has a +/-2.3 percent margin of error fornational percentages. MANILA – Seven out of 10 Filipinos favorbuying condiments in recyclable containers than sachets, a commissioned surveyof Social Weather Stations showed. The survey, conducted on Sept. 27 to 30, reveal that 68 percent of adult Filipinos are willing to buy food condiments such as oil and soy sauce in recyclable or refillable containers. ABS-CBN NEWS The same organization reported in 2019that the Philippines uses a “shocking” amount of single-use plastic, includingnearly 60 billion sachets a year. (ABS-CBNNews) Forty-two percent meanwhile favor buyingpersonal care products such as shampoo and conditioner, and liquid householdcleaning products in recyclable containers, 29 percent are willing to buypowdered drinks such as juice and coffee in such containers, and 27 percentsaid they would buy powdered cleaning products in recyclable vessels. The survey was sponsored bynon-governmental organization Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives andthe results of which were first presented on Jan. 21, SWS said.