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Food Waste Recycling

Food Waste Recycling In Singapore, 796,000 tonnes of food waste was generated in 2013 and the recycling rate is 13%. Food waste is usually processed as animal feed, and undergoes aerobic or anaerobic digestion to produce compost or energy. Let’s take a closer look at food recycling: Food Recycling in Singapore There are local recycling companies that collect bread waste,…

Wood and Horticultural Waste Recycling

Wood and Horticultural Waste Recycling In Singapore, 332,400 tonnes of wood waste and 252,600 tonnes of horticultural waste was generated in 2013. The recycling rate is 77% for wood waste and 48% for horticultural waste. Wood and horticultural waste are usually processed into wood chips for composting, cogeneration or used to make new wood products. Used wood pallets and crates…

Electrical and Electronic Waste Recycling

Electrical and Electronic Waste Recycling Electrical and electronic items such as televisions, refrigerators, washing machines, handphones, computers, printers, and batteries are increasingly being disposed as waste after use. These waste are also known as e-waste and they are posing an environmental problem as most of these waste products contain toxic chemicals and can affect the environment and our health if…

Tyres Recycling

Tyres Recycling In Singapore, 21,600 tonnes of scrap tyres was generated in 2013 and the recycling rate is 88%. Scrap tyres are usually rethreaded, exported overseas for reuse, or processed into crumbs for making surfaces and into chips for use as a solid fuel. Let’s take a closer look at tyres recycling: Tyres Recycling in Singapore There are several recycling…

Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling

Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling In Singapore, about 1.69 million tonnes of construction debris was generated in 2013 and the recycling rate is 99%. Construction and demolition (C&D) waste is usually sorted for the recovery of materials such as wood, metal, paper and plastics, and processed into aggregates for use in construction activities. Let’s take a closer look at C&D…