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In Singapore, new non-landed private homes will have to install recycling chutes

by Futures Centre, Mar 14
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New non-landed private homes will have to install recycling chutes

SINGAPORE: Domestic recycling rates have stagnated in recent years and in order to give this a boost, new non-landed residential developments will need to install dual chutes for refuse and recyclables, announced Senior Minister of State for the Environment and Water Resources Amy Khor on Wednesday (Mar 8).


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