We undertake to promote the education of environmental sustainability in Myanmar and we are mindful of the environmental impacts we make when conducting our businesses.

No Plastic Bag Day (4th August 2014)

MarketPlace by City Mart is starting our annual “No Plastic Bag Day” campaign again as part of our CSR’s environmental platform efforts. This year, No Plastic Bag Day will be extended to the last Mondays and Wednesdays of each month starting from the 4th August – 31st December 2014.

Plastic Bags Are Harmful To The Environment Because . . .

They Litter The Landscape

Each year, more and more bags are littering our environment. Once they become litter, they find their way into our waterways, parks, beaches and streets. And if they are burned, they infuse the air with toxic fumes.

They Kill Animals

About 100,000 animals such as dolphins, turtles and whales are killed every year due to plastic bags because the animals mistaken the bags as food and mistakenly ingests them and therefore the animals die.

They Are Non-Biodegradable

One of the worst environmental effects is plastic bags are non-biodegradable. The decomposition takes 400 years! No one lives long enough to witness the decomposition therefore, save the environment for the future generation!

Petroleum Is Required To Produce Plastic Bags

Surely, this precious resource which we use in our everyday lives (and getting more and more expensive by the day) should not be wasted on producing plastic bags, right?

Say No to plastic bags today!

Every last Mondays and Wednesdays of the month (28th July – 31st December 2014)

• On No Plastic Bag days, plastic bags will be sold at 100Ks per bag

• 50% from the sales of our Reusable Bags and the sales of plastic bags will be donated to efforts to save the environment in our country.

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Tree Planting by City Love & Hope Foundation

Our City Love & Hope Foundation accomplished our aim to plant 100,000 trees by 2016. Partnering with Forest Resource Environment Development and Conservation Association (FREDA) and we have planted 50,000 trees from 2011 to 2015. In 2016, in September CLHF planted 18,000 trees at Hlawga Natural Garden, ShwePyi Thar Township.


On 18th December, 2016, 40,000 trees were planted in No.3 Idonkun Arena, Mawyawgyi Local Community Forest, Kyauktakhar Township in BagoYoma. We’ve reduced average 3,800,000 plastic bags annually through our No Plastic Bag Day program and from the proceeds of sales from NPBD Reusable bags and plastic bags, we spend in tree planting to keep our earth stay healthy.