Educating individuals on “greening” their activities during the execution of their jobs would contribute in controlling environmental harm. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the awareness and perception of tricycle drivers in San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines on green enterprise. A survey was done that involved one hundred fifty (150) public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers. The questionnaire intended to measure awareness on general concepts as well as on air emission control and perception on greening their activities as they render transport service. The research also determined if awareness on green enterprise would influence perception on green practices. This study also examined if there is difference in the awareness and perception of the PUV drivers when they are grouped according to profile factors. The study revealed that the tricycle drivers in San Pablo City, Laguna are highly aware of the meaning, benefits, and activities of green enterprise. Moreover, the result showed that the drivers agreed on the green practices applicable to their work as public transport drivers. It was also found out that awareness on green enterprise significantly influence perception on green practices. Furthermore, it was determined that there is no significant difference among the awareness of the respondents on green enterprise when grouped according to profile factors but there is significant difference among the perception of the tricycle drivers on green enterprise when grouped according to civil status.