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Sort It Out


Recycling has its proven advantages in driving the circular economy: from saving on the raw materials and natural resources used in manufacturing, reducing landfill needs, to contributing to a smaller carbon footprint. 

In Singapore, domestic recycling in particular has persistently faced high contamination rates, which may warrant a relook into how we deposit, collect and ultimately process recyclables. 

This desktop research report aims to present a case for waste segregation at source i.e. in households, and shares best practices and suggestions on how we can do this in Singapore, amid an already rapidly evolving recycling landscape. 

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