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Just one company obtains SEC's enhanced green label


ONLY one company so far has been successful in getting its products certified under the stricter guidelines of an enhanced green labelling scheme by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC).

Consumer goods giant Kimberly-Clark Professional, which produces items such as Scott tissues, was the only company whose products were awarded the enhanced green label, out of a total ...more

Is Singapore's startup accreditation scheme pivoting to global outfits?


THE last few years have seen global tech startups - think Uber, Stripe, Netflix and ofo - flock to Singapore to acquire new customers or set up regional bases. But the likes of these companies could soon be coming here for an entirely new reason: a stamp of accreditation.

The Business Times understands that Singapore could potentially become a global accreditation hub for ...more

Making waves in the O&M industry

THE dip in global trade since 2008 and the decline in demand for freight spelled trouble for the shipping and marine industry. Several firms have succumbed to the economic uncertainties including South Korea's Hanjin Shipping and more recently, Germany's Rickmers Group.

Despite the tumult, AMOS International has managed to stay afloat and has recorded remarkable achievements within a short ...more

Lendlease adopts WELL building certification at Paya Lebar Quarter


PAYA Lebar Quarter by Lendlease, a S$3.2 billion mixed-use development, is the first in Singapore to register for the International WELL Building Institute's (IWBI) WELL Core and Shell Certification for nearly one million square feet of Grade-A workspaces across its three office towers.

Administered by public benefit corporation IWBI, the WELL Building Standard (WELL) is ...more

SEC toughens Green Label criteria for paper products - and ups certification cost


IT will cost pulp and paper manufacturing companies more to slap the Green Label - a badge of eco-friendliness - on their products from this year, with new criteria unveiled on Tuesday by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC).

This is because the SEC, which administers the Singapore Green Label Scheme (SGLS), now considers how well these pulp and paper companies manage ...more