ZWC supports the launch of Label for Recycling!
Zero Waste City is very proud to support the launch of Label for Recycling, an not-for-profit organisation which aims to
1. bridge the gap between manufacturers and recyclers, and
2. make recycling easier for consumers
Efriel has started as our executive assistant of the founder, Remi Cesaro and works part-time between 12pm-4pm SG time each weekday, providing support to help our business thrive.
Environmental sustainability is close to her heart. She aims to help the environment in her own little ways. She is thankful that she have come across Zero Waste City and joined the company. She thinks that through Zero Waste City, she can be an advocate of promoting zero waste. And that she could help save the environment for future generations to live.
Our director, Remi Cesaro had the privilege to be invited as a guest speaker at Home Delivery Asia on 24th September 2019. He presented strategies that businesses can implement to reduce costs, minimise waste, and how the new regulations are going to impact the packaging industry and particularly the logistics and retail sectors. The presentation included several case studies and examples from manufacturers and warehouses. Remi would like to extend his gratitude to all organisers, sponsors, and exhibitors who have made the conference a success.
Either you are a member of Singapore Packaging Agreement (SPA) or not, it is time to prepare your application for the SPA Awards 2020, and to benefit from a national recognition for your achievements!
Starting in 2020, under the Mandatory Packaging Reporting framework, companies will be required to submit a report on the types and amounts of packaging they introduce in the Singaporean market and present their 3R Plan on the packaging.
Remi Cesaro had the privilege to be invited as a guest speaker at the Home Delivery Asia Conference. He presented strategies that logistics companies and retailers can implement to reduce costs and minimise waste. The presentation covered the upcoming regulations in Singapore such as the Mandatory Packaging Reporting framework.
Have you ever wondered how much stationary we collect over time? Unused pens, staplers, paper clips, highlighter pens, sticky tape, envelopes and other materials in our desk drawers have a cost for your business and for our planet. It is time to declutter your desk drawers! Organise a Stationery Amnesty in 4 steps.
What is the mandatory waste reporting? The mandatory waste reporting framework aims to better draw attention to the amount of waste produced by premises, and help build greater awareness of the potential for improving waste management systems.
On the 5th of September, French Tech Singapore and Delivery for Business have organized a panel discussion titled Sustainability for growth. The 4 panellists were:
– Josie Stoker from The Capture
– Stefan Phang from Diversey
– Remi Cesaro from Zero Waste City
– Vardhan Kapoor from Deliveroo
Zero Waste City is proud to announce that Remi Cesaro will be a guest speaker on Tuesday 24th September at 1:30 PM to talk about the strategies that businesses can implement to reduce costs, minimise waste, and how the new regulations are going to impact the packaging industry.
Considered as a sign of convenience and progress, at-desk bins are now a huge barrier for offices to implement effective recycling programs. Although having its downsides, a centralised bin system is the most effective tool to drive better waste segregation.