Mandatory Waste Reporting – scheme for improving waste management systems

What is the mandatory waste reporting? The mandatory reporting of waste data and waste reduction plan was intensified with the amended Environmental Public Health Act on 1 April 2014. It aims to better draw and sustain greater management attention on the amount of waste produced by the premises, and help build greater awareness of the potential for improving their waste management systems.

Check our factsheet to know more about the affect premises, requirements, exceptions, and how we can help you.

You can download our factsheet here.

Or you can check the NEA’s website here.

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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.