It has been a laser-focused goal operating the most sustainable and environmentally friendly-driven hotel in Singapore and the region.

With the support and leadership of the Singapore Environment Council (SEC), that mission got another step closer. It has been an absolute pleasure working alongside the SEC to further enrich our knowledge horizon and put best practices towards a better future for all in place.

Thank you for your great support, vision and insight pushing the status quo when it comes to Sustainability and Environmental Stewardship. We shall continue to collaborate, push boundaries and continue to adopt a holistic approach towards sustainability and pioneering environmental initiatives cross multiple touchpoints in the hospitality industry.

Sebastian Kern
Director of Food and Beverage
Grand Hyatt Singapore

The SEC’s Enhanced SGLS has played an important role in Asia Pulp & Paper's sustainability journey.

As part of the label’s certification process, companies like us are able to demonstrate that theoretical sustainable practices have, in fact, come to life on the ground in areas we operate.

And because the Enhanced SGLS’ criteria go further than what other labels require. These strict criteria also apply to upstream and conversion companies in APP’s supply chain, and we are grateful for the opportunity to prove that our sustainability policies are also adhered too across APP operations.

We thank SEC for providing us a platform to reaffirm our sustainability promise to Singapore and the world.

Bernard Tan
Country President (Singapore)
Sinar Mas

Since the beginning of Year 2019, Integrated Facility Management (IFM) diploma of Temasek Polytechnic (TP) has developed a great partnership with Singapore Environment Council (SEC).

Under the close guidance of your dedicated staff, our IFM graduating students have been actively involved in various SEC sustainability projects. Through the execution of these projects, not only have our IFM students contributed in improvising numerous SEC sustainability processes but have been able to promote sustainability awareness to other individuals indirectly.

These project experiences open our students’ eyes to seeing the needs to learn and connect relevant knowledge from various diploma subjects, while delivering the targeted project objectives.

We deeply appreciate the opportunities given by SEC & we look forward to SEC for continuing your effort in engaging our IFM students.

Diploma in Integrated Facility Management
School of Engineering
Temasek Polytechnic

As the world’s digital infrastructure company, growing sustainably has always been part of Equinix’s DNA. We’re proud to partner with SEC on our RVM Tertiary Education project, contributing to the national recycling programme, whilst educating students, and helping those in need along the way.

As we strive to be good stewards of the environment and mindful of resources we consume, we hope this meaningful project encourages everyone – especially the youth who are our leaders of tomorrow – to do more together to create a better future.

Yee May Leong
Managing Director
Equinix, South Asia

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our times and we are glad to be able to partner the SEC in our journey towards environmental sustainability.

SEC has been very helpful in directing our focus and providing guideposts along the way. Fundamentally, it has resulted in a paradigm shift where we are now more conscious in minimising wastage and sustainable living.

This has enabled us to be successfully certified with the Eco-Office Plus (Elite) across all our bus and rail depots and subsequently conferred the GreenDNA award. Our journey continues and we are ever committed to doing our part to mitigate and adapt to climate change.

SBS Transit Ltd