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.
Have you ever wondered where rubbish used to be disposed of in Singapore in the past? In this article, we explore the legacy waste management infrastructures of Singapore.
Around the world, cities are committing to achieve Zero Waste goals and a Masterplan offers a roadmap to government agencies, businesses, and individuals to work together in achieving those goals.
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.
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.