NEA | Sarimbun Recycling Park
The Sarimbun Recycling Park (SRP) was set up to boost the local waste recycling industry. Located in the northwest of Singapore, the SRP used to be part of a landfill site known as the Lim Chu Kang Dumping Ground.Learn More
Where to recycle in Singapore | Living in Singapore
Recycling in Singapore has become super doable thanks to the eco-friendly efforts made by the government and other organisations.So, to further help you go green, and be nice to Mother Earth, we’ve gathered a list of recycling means, from programmes and services, to second-hand shops.Learn More
Home | Virogreen Singapore Pte Ltd
According to NEA’s statistics, Singaporeans discard as much as 60 million kg of e-waste every year. A study by global think-tank United Nations University estimates that about 109,000 tonnes of e-waste – 19.5kg a person – was generated here in 2014, making Singapore the second-largest generator of e-waste in the region, second only to Hong Kong (21.7kg).Learn More
Recycling in Singapore: All you need to know | Living in ...
In Singapore, four waste-to-energy (WTE) plants incinerate waste that is not separated for recycling. According to a spokesperson for NEA, a fifth plant is under construction and the government has put a sixth out for tender, as the first is de-commissioned.Learn More
recycle – Zero Waste SG - Zero Waste Singapore
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Singapore to open recycling plant capable of producing fuel ...
Apr 30, 2019 · Singapore will have a new treatment plant next year that will not only recover recyclable materials from garbage, but also produce fuel. The plant comes as countries in the region stop taking in ...Learn More
Keppel Seghers - Waste-to-Energy Plants
Senoko Waste-to-Energy Plant. Senoko WTE Plant is the third waste incineration plant built in Singapore and is one of the four incineration plants currently operating. It was commissioned in 1992 at a cost of S$560 million on a land area of 7.5 hectares.Learn More
NEA | Types of Recyclables and Recycling Processes
Recyclables are collected by a dedicated recycling truck and sent to a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF). The recyclables are sorted into different waste streams, baled and sent to local and overseas recycling plants.Learn More
World’s largest waste-to-energy facility in Singapore
Singapore’s new Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) will be the world’s largest energy recovery facility. The plant design is based on the most advanced waste-to-energy technology. By co-locating the facility next to a new water reclamation plant (Tuas WRP) it will be possible to achieve the highest energy efficiency and lowest ...Learn More
Plastic Scrap Recycling | V1 Recycle Pte Ltd
Based in Singapore, V1 Recycle Pte Ltd specialises in plastic scrap recycling for the industrial sector. We are a subsidiary company of KL Resources Pte Ltd, one of Singapore’s leaders in the paper, plastic & scrap metal industry.Learn More
NEA | Waste Minimisation and Recycling
Singapore's integrated solid waste management system focuses on two key thrusts – waste minimisation and recycling, or simply the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle). In land-scarce Singapore, waste-to-energy (WTE) incineration plants offer the best technical solution by reducing waste volume efficiently to conserve landfill space.Learn More
TUAS RECYCLING PLANT (S) PTE LTD (199504839Z) - Singapore ...
TUAS RECYCLING PLANT (S) PTE LTD was incorporated on 10 July 1995 (Monday) as a Exempt Private Company Limited by Shares in Singapore. The Company current operating status is live with registered address at BEAUTY WORLD PLAZA. The Company principal activity is in COLLECTION OF WASTE.Learn More
Lian Gim Trading - Plastic Recycling Company Singapore
Recycling plastic reduces the greenhouse gases emissions. Another huge benefit of recycling plastic is the conservation of petroleum, which is getting scarce. Vast quantities of petroleum are needed to make new plastic products, and around 40% of the petroleum that is consumed can be reduced by recycling old and discarded plastic.Learn More
About Us – Zero Waste SG - Zero Waste Singapore
Zero Waste SG started as a website in 2008 providing tips and resources on waste minimisation and recycling. In 2015, Zero Waste SG was formally established as a not-for-profit and non-governmental organisation leading the drive towards zero waste in Singapore through education and advocacy.Learn More
New lithium-ion battery recycling facility to be set up in ...
Oct 31, 2019 · SINGAPORE - A new facility for recycling lithium-ion batteries, found in mobile phones and electric vehicles, is set to open in Singapore. Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Koh Poh ...Learn More
The long road to ensuring that Singapore's waste doesn't go ...
Feb 17, 2018 · Singapore’s first co-digestion test facility, in Ulu Pandan Water Reclamation Plant, was completed just over a year ago, and is processing a few tonnes of food waste a day.Learn More
Recycling in Singapore: Everything you need to know ...
What about batteries? Singapore doesn’t have a facility to recycle alkaline batteries. But in 1992, restrictions were imposed batteries exceeded stipulated mercury content. So all batteries you’ve bought in Singapore can be discarded with regular household waste to be treated at the waste-to-energy incineration plants.Learn More
Home | WMRAS - Waste Management & Recycling Organisation
The Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS) was set up in 2001 as a registered society to represent and promote the interests of its 150-odd members who include mainly General Waste Collectors and recycling companies.Learn More
Recycling Points - Tzu Chi Singapore
Every second Sunday of the month is Tzu Chi Environmental Sustainability Day. In close to 40 neighbourhoods across the island, Tzu Chi has garnered the support of various Residents’ Committees, to transform the void decks of HDB blocks, communal pavilions, activity areas, etc. into temporary recycling points.Learn More
Trashpresso: Mobile recycling plant that gives plastic a new ...
Jun 15, 2019 · SINGAPORE - Making recycling "fun and sexy" is what Taiwanese entrepreneur Arthur Huang hopes to achieve through his mini Trashpresso - a mobile recycling plant that converts plastic waste into ...Learn More