They have also done waste management efforts and get byproducts of oil from calamansi and dalandan skin. There is also pulp, seeds and rinds. They thought of making these into other things, ground it up, and make it into an active ingredient for soaps they call SI ANTI BACTERIAL HAND SOAP. I've seen it and used it in my home today, and by any standards, this looks and feels phenomenal... Destileria Limtuaco & Co. Inc has a gem in their hands!
They produced this hand soap with whitening and antiseptic properties, something that you wouldn't see in the Philippine market or the rest of the world. That right there is produced from innovations in the byproduct of Manille Liqueurs and Destileria Limtuaco & Co. Inc continues to do a lot of research in order to have less carbon footprint, less wastage in operations. I'm impressed with what they have thought of and imagine the impact this could do with the environment and the thousands that could benefit in generating jobs by selling them. I hope they could device a way to do that especially for those who have no access to work these days because of the pandemic.
Congratulations Ms. Olivia Limpe-Aw, this is impressive!