In the context of Singapore’s Year Towards Zero Waste and the dramatic changes in the recycling landscape, professionals worked together to relook and reimagine how we handle waste and ask critical questions about the future of recycling.
Article to share a project completed or to be completed by Zero Waste City.
In 2017, 809,000 tonne of food was thrown away in Singapore, so 144 kg/person/year, whereas 600,000 Singaporeans are food insecure. How much food could be recovered? What are the challenges?… For 2 days, experts involved in the food and waste industry joined an IDEATHON to understand the issues and propose solutions.
In November 2017, I caught up with a friend of mine. In the middle of the conversation, he said “I have adopted a Zero Waste lifestyle”… I would have laughed if someone has told me that I will start a company one year later in Singapore about Zero Waste. Without realising it, he started a …