Producers and regulators must step up in their role to work toward better management of Singapore’s packaging waste, says a report from Singapore Environment Council (SEC). Unveiling key findings from the ‘Unlocking Opportunities for Sustainable Packaging in Singapore’ report, the study highlighted factors such as research and development (R&D), implementation of policies, and closing the gaps in waste collection as key factors in achieving zero waste in packaging.
Eleven organisations across the region are being honoured today for their endeavours in adopting sustainable business practices. The winners were announced at the 23rd Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards (SEAA), organised by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC).
Eleven organisations were recognised as stewards of environmental excellence today at the 22nd annual Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards (SEAA) held at Pan Pacific Singapore.
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Every year, around 342,000 tonnes of food loss occurs in Singapore from farm to market, contributing to an estimated $2.54 billion worth of food annually.
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There is potential for Singapore to create a new market for recycled plastics, according to a report released today by Singapore Environment Council (SEC). This can be done by taking advantage of available new technology or through innovation to create a downstream market for recycled plastic in Singapore.
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Fourteen companies and organisations from across the region were honoured today at the 21st annual Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards (SEAA) for their sustainable business practices.
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The greenest companies and organisations in Singapore were honoured today at the 20th Annual Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards (SEAA).
Companies that fail to respond to the rise of ethical green consumerism in Singapore risk suffering reputation and brand damage as well as financial loss, a new paper has found.
Abbott, Bukit View Secondary School and Samwoh Corporation among the winners of Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards 2016.
Orchid named after SEC to mark 20th Anniversary.
Glaxo Wellcome Manufacturing, Grand Hyatt Singapore and Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay emerge Top Three.
Singapore-based environmental awards to reach out to organisations as far as India, Bangladesh and Nepal, as SEC continues push into Asia.
Malaysian sanitary landfill operator receives Singapore’s most prestigious environmental award.
Keppel Land, Institute of Technical Education, HDB and KUB-Berjaya Enviro among the winners of the Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards 2013.
SEC revises criteria for Services and Manufacturing categories as well as eligibility for Regional and Public Sector categories.
SEC announces the winners of the Singapore Environmental Achievement Awards 2012.
Regional and Outstanding categories added to SEAA 2012 as Singapore Environment Council targets more applications.