Workshop slides – Complying with Mandatory Reporting Requirements

In 4 months, the reporting period for the Mandatory Packaging Reporting will start. In order to support businesses in complying with this new regulation, the National Environment Agency (NEA), in collaboration with the Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF), organised an online workshop to learn, discuss and get tips on best practices. The workshop took place on 31st August 2020.

Alongside with the NEA, and as a Material Efficiency Consultant, Remi Cesaro was invited to share practical tips and advice to help companies complying with the regulation.

The presentation included:

  • Tools for decision makers.
  • A detailed procedure for the implementation of the regulation.
  • Definitions on terminology.
  • Examples of best practices that businesses can implement.

Furthermore, the presentation covered the new obligations associated to the packaging “producers”, the expected implementation timeline, and how organisations such as Zero Waste City and Label for Recycling can help.

The presentation slides are free to download from our website:

Remi would like to extend his gratitude to the Singapore Manufacturing Federation who organised the event and made the presentation a success, as well as, the National Environment Agency for welcoming us to present a complimentary perspective on the Mandatory Packaging Reporting.

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About Zero Waste City

Zero Waste City is a consulting business specialised in waste reduction for commercial and industrial facilities. We help companies to save money by reducing waste and to achieve Zero Waste goals. Our services include:

Our services include:

  • Waste audit (quantifying waste streams and identifying immediate cost saving opportunities)
  • Compliance with regulations such as:
    • Mandatory Packaging Reporting
    • Mandatory Waste Reporting
    • Mandatory Food Waste Segregation
  • Project implementation and on-going support
  • Measurement and Verification of savings
  • Guidance to achieve Zero Waste goals and certifications.