COVID-19 has revealed tremendous gaps and inadequacies in our existing systems — salient issues that we need to address if we want to reimagine a stronger and more resilient post-pandemic world. By greening our systems, Singapore can start to pave the road to recovery and safeguard ourselves against future global disruptions.
The Lunar New Year is undoubtedly a time to usher in prosperity and auspiciousness, but it also invites an ugly contribution to excessive waste— in particular, plastic waste. Here, we have consolidated a few simple tips that you can consider for a more green and sustainable Chinese New Year (CNY) celebration!
They say change is the only constant. As an organisation, we have adapted to the growing threat of climate change and thus developed newer recycling and waste management capabilities. With our low-carbon ethos and consolidated focus on resource circularity, we have never been more ready to transform industrial waste management in Singapore.
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