Miscellaneous Waste may not be what most people think about when we mention waste, however this is an important part to deal with. Miscellaneous Waste includes for example hazardous waste, medical waste as well as machinery. It is therefore crucial to deal with this waste in a proper manner.
This part explains the best solutions that can be put in place in order to deal with miscellaneous waste in a sustainable manner.
Merchandise.blue is committed to offering companies alternative textile merchandise, from uniforms to trade show giveaways to towels/napkins to tote bags and other accessories, that are made sustainably and fairly to ensure the long-termwell-being of the planet and for all of us living on it.
They offer both ready-made styles and custom sustainable merchandise items using carefully selected materials and partner with environmental impact in mind. A few examples of the environmentally progressive fabrics used in their products include recycled fishing nets, recycled polyester, recycled cotton, seaweed, organic cotton and Tencel.
Greensquare focuses on textile recycling through recyclables collection, reuse, recycling and education.
Metalo International has 10 years of experience in the electronic waste industry in Singapore.
They manage collection and trading of ferrous scrap metals, electrical components, electronics and other precious metals scrap. Besides, they also provide services to dismantle and dispose computer & other IT hardware and accessories (laptops, printers, monitors, used networking equipments, servers, etc.)
They have their own facilities to handle electronic waste or export to Thailand and Japan for refinery in an ethical way.
For individuals, they partner with Shell stations, to provide e-waste collection points for small devices. Click here to find one near your home.
Metal Link Hardware Pte Ltd specialises in the buying and selling of all types of scrap metal - from ferrous to non-ferrous metals.
Hup Lee Leong is a company based in Singapore specialised in the collection and sorting of scrap metals such as Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Scrap and some general waste (wood, plastic, rubber...).
Construction & Demolition contractors must comply with the Demolition Protocol implemented by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA). This ensure an environmentally sound management of the debris for reuse and recycling.
In Singapore, the recycling rate of C&D waste is 99%.
Veolia works across the whole spectrum of environmental services including integrated waste and recycling management of hazardous and regulated waste, industrial services, public cleansing and water management.
ECO is one of Singapore’s waste management companies. They provide one stop, customized and hassle free solutions to handle hazardous waste safely and efficiently.
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Founder and Director of the consulting business Zero Waste City, Rémi provides engineering consulting services to large commercial and industrial facilities on waste management, energy efficiency, and packaging design.
He has gained a strong experience as a consultant covering a wide range of industries and technologies in New Zealand, Australia, and Singapore.
He is a certified TRUE Advisor (Total Resource Use Efficiency) by the U.S. Green Building Council Inc. This certification recognised his knowledge in Zero Waste programs and his ability to support businesses to achieve the TRUE Zero Waste certification.