Our director, Remi Cesaro had the privileged to once again be a guest speaker in this year’s Home Delivery Asia on the 23rd of September 2020. The event was held virtually and can be watched anywhere in the world. He presented the current trends in packaging sustainability, shared tips to strategise packaging improvement, and the tools to make it happen. The presentation also includes a demonstration of Label for Recycling’s Packaging Recyclability Evaluation Portal (PREP).
On 25th July 2020, the new government in Singapore was appointed and there had been a few changes among the ministries. Grace Fu Hai Yien has now been appointed Minister for Sustainability and the Environment (the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources has been renamed accordingly) and Dr. Amy Khor is maintained as the Senior Minister of Sustainability and Environment.
Asia’s first and only virtual event dedicated to retail logistics is coming to you live on the 23rd and 24th September 2020, wherever you are. Home Delivery Asia is a conference dedicated to retail logistics innovation in Asia.
In 4 months, the reporting period for the Mandatory Packaging Reporting will start. Are you ready? If not, get tips and advice from our Zero Waste Consultant on methods and procedures to ease the compliance work.
The SMF, in collaboration with the NEA, is organising a workshop to learn, discuss, and get tips on best practices on how to comply with the Mandatory Packaging Reporting (MPR). Obligated companies shall submit the first annual packaging reports containing the 2021 packaging data by 31 March 2022 together with the 3R plans.
If you use the GRI as a reporting framework for sustainability, be aware that the standard on waste was updated in May 2020. Here, we explore some of the key changes.
Like energy, waste, or food, waste management is an essential service for a community to sustain itself. Every 10 years, Singapore government revises and updates its long-term strategy and goals around waste management. In this article, we briefly present the different waste management roadmaps of Singapore.
Zero Waste City was featured in the 19th June 2020 article of Eco-Business (the Asia Pacific’s leading media organisation on sustainable development). In this article,
The destruction of unsold consumable food by businesses at the end of the day or the week is a reality in many countries. Some of them, have taken steps to stop such practices. Here we explore the case of France.
Bioplastic, biodegradable, compostable, oxo-degradable… have you ever wondered what those words mean? Some do have very specific meaning while other might refer to a loose concept. Here we explore some of the most common environmental claims.
Have you ever wondered where the incinerators are located in Singapore? In this article, we explore the past, present, and future incinerators of Singapore.