Humble Sustainability, the partner of Robinsons Land Corporation’s RLC Residences in its condo decluttering project, has bagged three recognitions at the 12th Asia CEO Awards for their efforts to encourage people to do home clean-ups the eco-friendly way.

Hailed as the largest business award in the country and one of its kind in the region, the Asia CEO Awards recognizes leadership accomplishments that contribute to nation-building in various fields.

Humble Sustainability CEO Josef Werker won the Global Young Leader of the Year award while Humble Sustainability COO Nina Opida was give the recognition as part of the Circle of Excellence for the Young SHEro of the Year award.

During the awarding last October 12, Humble Sustainability CEO Josef Werker was hailed the Grand Winner of the Global Young Leader of the Year award.

This recognition is given to business leaders 35 years old or younger who have worked to develop other young entrepreneurs.

He was also part of the Circle of Excellence for the Entrepreneur of the Year award, which acknowledges the efforts of entrepreneurs who have built their businesses from the ground up.

Humble COO Nina Opida, on the other hand, was named as part of the Circle of Excellence for the Young SHEro of the Year award, a recognition dedicated to young female leaders who have paved the way for the recognition of Filipinas around the world.

A start-up company that started last 2020, Humble Sustainability is a strong advocate of circular living and works to help bring back unused items into circularity. Since its inception, Humble has been decluttering clients’ homes for free and working closely with partners to give new life to things that people no longer use.

“We are very proud and happy to hear that Humble Sustainability’s efforts are being recognized on such a respected and influential level,” said RLC Residences Marketing Head Karen Cesario.

She added that, “We at RLC Residences believe in their company’s principles, and it’s an honor to be working with them to help our homeowners minimize their waste and maximize their home space while doing their share in helping the environment.”

Source: Manila Bulletin (