SEC Reveals Attitudes and Key Insights on Packaging Waste in Singapore
Singapore Environment Council (SEC) Reveals Attitudes and Key Insights on Packaging Waste in Singapore
Singapore Environment Council (SEC) today launched the ‘Unlocking Opportunities for Sustainable Packaging in Singapore’ report, aimed at uncovering insights to better understand the current consumer attitudes around packaging and packaging waste. The study also seeks to identify the opportunities for more effective packaging waste management in Singapore. Conducted in collaboration with KPMG, the report underlined the urgent need for businesses to explore more sustainable options for packaging while increasing consumer education to raise awareness of local recycling capabilities.Download pdf
SEC-Singapore Water Association, MOU Signing Ceremony
Singapore Environment Council (SEC) signs MOU with Singapore Water Association (SWA)
The MOU signing marks the first step in advancing the sustainability agenda for Singapore’s water sector. The MOU between Singapore Environment Council and the Singapore Water Association towards sustainable development bodes well for enhancing our robust water ecosystem which has anchored Singapore as a leading global hydrohub and a model city for integrated water management.Download pdf
SEC welcomes Budget 2021, Singapore Green Plan 2030 announcements
Singapore Environment Council (SEC) welcomes announcement of Budget 2021 and Plans for Greening of Singapore for the environment, the consumers and the company
The Green Plan and Budget 2021 announcements are timely, as not only do they serve as catalysts in Singapore’s post COVID-19 pandemic recovery, in the longer term, they also further ensure that Singapore is future-ready and resilient for continued growth.
The Singapore Environment Council (SEC) is poised and ready to unpack the sweet spots in each of the 5 pillars through its deep experience, in-depth industry knowledge, internationally-recognised green labels and certifications, to help businesses, organisations and communities to deliver against the Green Plan.Download pdf
SEC starts 2021 with GreenDNA certification launch and award presentation
Singapore Environment Council Starts the New Year with GreenDNA Certification
Launch and Award to Recognise First Movers of Carbon Emission Reduction
The Singapore Environment Council (SEC) honoured 12 organisations with the GreenDNA certification as champions of environmental stewardship in
Singapore. These exemplary organisations were awarded the GreenDNA certificate by Guest-ofHonour, Ms. Grace Fu, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment of Singapore.
Held earlier today, the GreenDNA Certification Launch cum Award Presentation Ceremony marked what could be the start of a new wave of companies and businesses seeking to be future ready to take advantage of an emerging Green economy.Download pdf
GreenDNA – An approach that inspires all SEC programmes
Singapore Environment Council’s GreenDNA Aims to Get Singapore Going on Environmental Sustainability
In an effort to encourage locals especially Singaporeans to take ownership of environmental stewardship, the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) has launched the GreenDNA approach to encourage local residents through their organisations including CDCs, in embarking on their very own personal green journeys.Download pdf
Singapore’s Town Councils Take On Eco-Office Plus Challenge
Tampines Town Council leading the push to get other Town Councils certified under
Eco-Office Plus Certification by the Singapore Environment Council
How SEC creates programmes to address conservation and sustainability for corporations
Hear more from our Chairman, Ms Isabella Huang-Loh, on how the Singapore Environment Council is leading the charge with innovative and digital programmes that address conservation and sustainability for corporations.Download pdf
SEC Partners HSBC to Pioneer Green Incentive
SMEs with SEC Singapore Green Labelling Scheme (SGLS) and Eco Certifications can now qualify for HSBC’s Green Loans.
The Singapore Environment Council (SEC) is proud to announce today that Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) holding its internationally recognized certification, the Singapore Green Labelling Scheme (SGLS), and Eco Certifications can now apply for financing with HSBC SME Green Loan (Green Loan). The HSBC SME Green Loan is the first-ever Green Loan in Singapore to draw on existing ecolabelling certifications instead of the externally-reviewed bespoke Green Finance Frameworks typically associated with large corporates, filling a gap in the green financing for SMEs by reducing time, complexity and cost.Download pdf
Winners of One Less Plastic 2019 Recycle Right Competition announced
45 selected schools participated in One Less Plastic – PET bottle collection contest organised by Singapore Environment Council in partnership with Sembcorp Industries (Sembcorp) and sponsored by Coca-Cola Singapore.
Winner of the contest gets to visit Coca-Cola’s Bottling plant in Kuala Lumpur and go on an Eco-trip to Pulau Ketam!Download pdf
Outstanding Green Efforts By Schools And Students
Close to one million students, educators, and members of public have been positively impacted by the award initiativesDownload pdf