RECYCLING

RECYCLING

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  1. singapore karang guni

    Commentary: Why doesn’t recycling rope in the karang guni?

    Singapore’s National Recycling Programme could be boosted if our rag-a-bone men were given a new lease of life as employed ambassadors, says ...
  2. blue recycling bin

    60% of Singaporean households recycle regularly, but many not doing it right: Surveys

  3. With only an estimated nine percent of plastics ever produced recycled, campaigners say the only

    China plastic waste ban throws global recycling into chaos

    From grubby packaging engulfing small Southeast Asian communities to waste piling up in plants from the US to Australia, China's ban on accepting ...
  4. GovTech team behind Trashy

    These young engineers want to make recycling a breeze in Singapore

    It’s not always easy to find a recycling or e-waste bin, prompting four GovTech employees to come up with a prototype tool to map all such bins in ...
  5. Bushfires are common in Australia's arid southeast but spread far into the tropical northeast

    Commentary: Guess how many countries are meeting their climate change commitments

    Feel-good promises are easy politics, but they don’t actually help the planet
  6. NTU e-waste recycling lab co-directors

    New S$20 million lab to develop less toxic e-waste recycling methods

  7. food waste

    Large hotels, malls, caterers will have to segregate food waste from 2024

  8. FILE PHOTO: Greenpeace holds a demonstration against plastic waste at the Heroes Square in Budapest

    Commentary: Why stop at straws and bags? Let's move away from single-use plastics

    Land-based pollution from single-use plastic demands a global response, says environmental law professor at the University of Idaho Anastasia ...
  9. plastic bags

    Commentary: Why recycling, less single-use plastics are not the answers to our plastic scourge

    Getting rid of straws and other single-use plastics, recycling and reducing our consumerism are noble efforts but a fundamental redesign of our ...
  10. An ambitious project to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch isn't capturing tons of plastic

    Commentary: The world’s plastic problem is bigger than the ocean

    Sorting or recycling the estimated 5 trillion pieces of plastic floating in the world's oceans won't be easy, one observer points out.