Recycling in Singapore

Singapore’s overall recycling rate has remained stagnent at an average of 60 per cent. Instead of throwing recyclables away, why not recycle with us and reduce the amount going into our incinerators and landfills?

2019 59%
2018 61%
2017 61%
2016 61%

E-Waste Recycling

When disposed inappropriately, electronic waste is a huge pollution to the environment.

Metal Recycling

Metal is one of the most recycled material in the world due to the ease of recycling.

Paper Recycling

Incorporating a mixture of recycled paper fibre when forming a new sheet of paper reduces the amount of virgin paper required.

Plastic Recycling

Plastic identification codes not mean that the plastic is recyclable, but is developed to help categorize plastic products according to their material type.

Textile Recycling

With the rise of fast-fashion trends, clothes are going out of style sooner, leading to more clothes ending up in the bins.