Monthly Archives: May 2010

FuturePak 2010

FuturePak 2010 FuturePak 2010 11-12 October 2010 Singapore FuturePak 2010 is a platform to help you consider innovations and sustainability when making decisions about packaging systems. This event will help you understand where and how your decisions impact the use of resources (energy, waste, land) and production of waste and greenhouse gases. Attend this event to gain insights on what’s…

Explore Simple and Cost-Effective Ways to Maximise the Use of Our Existing Recycling Infrastructure

Explore Simple and Cost-Effective Ways to Maximise the Use of Our Existing Recycling Infrastructure Grace Chua from the Straits Times wrote an article yesterday on Recycling: Time to get our act together. She suggested some laws and improvements to increase the recycling efforts of households and businesses. Before considering her suggestions for households, I would suggest that the National Environment…

2nd Solid Waste Summit China 2010

2nd Solid Waste Summit China 2010 Date: 16 – 17 Sep 2010 The 2nd Solid Waste Summit China 2010 will be held on September 16th -17th in Shanghai, China. 2nd Solid Waste Summit China 2010 is expected to gather 200+ top decision makers and experts from the solid waste related industries including National & Regional Government Officials, Environment Service Providers,…

Singapore 2009 Waste Statistics

Singapore 2009 Waste Statistics The latest 2009 waste statistics and recycling rate for Singapore can be found at the National Environment Agency’s website. An overview of the waste figures can be found in the following infographic: Waste Generated refers to the total amount of waste generated in Singapore, which is the addition of Waste Disposed and Waste Recycled. Waste Disposed…