I suggest a written letter to the owner, cc: the Homeowners' Association. State your complaint and your request - cleanliness, decrease noise level, decrease garbage etc, as well as a suggested day for mediation, which you will attend. You will have to talk to the owner, and with the Homeowners' Association officers. What you would like is that there is a result from your conversation. Please make sure that someone takes the minutes from your meeting.
Be reasonable, be calm and always remember that you're there because you always want the best for the subdivision. The goal of the Homeowners' Association is not to decrease the value of its investments (noise, littering and decrease of exclusivity will definitely not help), and once the Assoc sees that, then they'll find a way to help you out and come to a compromise.
If there is no result, then go to the baranggay and file a formal complaint against the owner of the business. What you're looking for is a solution. If the Homeowners' Assoc. is unable to provide mediation for that, then the baranggay will be the best place for it.
If worst comes to worst (which is like the worst case scenario), then look for the Deed Restrictions of the subdivision and invoke provisions from it. The Deed Restrictions of a subdivision usually prohibit businesses being run inside a residential subdivision.