We are very proud to announce that in collaboration with Label for Recycling, we are now offering end-to-end service to help companies in complying with the Singapore Mandatory Packaging Reporting requirements.
On 4th March 2020, NEA published a press release about the Mandatory Packaging Reporting (MPR). In a nutshell, the MPR start date is 1st July 2020 and a capability development programme should start in Q2 2020.
You could be missing out on a lot of benefits if your business isn’t recycling. There are some tangible and substantial benefits for recycling which are not just about helping the environment. They include cost savings, job creation, better workplaces, staff engagement, and more.
Following the devastation of the Typhoon Haiyan, another city in the Philippines paved its way to becoming a Zero Waste city and a model for the region. Check out how they transformed their waste management infrastructure and policy.
Packaging represents one-third of the waste from the domestic sector. In order to meet its recycling targets, Singapore will implement a new regulation. The French Chamber of Commerce of Singapore invited us to cover the ins and outs of the Mandatory Packaging Reporting.