​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Environment Awareness Programmes​

Tetra Pak believes that environmental conservation is the collective responsibility for all members of society, including businesses, communities and individuals. Every year, Tetra Pak actively engages with the communities where it operates in through local programmes and initiatives to raise environmental awareness, individual action and a greater sense of ownership toward environmental conservation. Listed below are local Singapore events for 2018.​

Recycling Field Trip, March 2018

Water World Day

Every year, we bring Tetra Pak School Recycling Programme (Singapore) winning schools and Little Green Dots -Train The Trainer partner schools’ representatives to visit a Tetra Pak partner recycling paper mill. The eye-opening trip provides the audience with an opportunity to witness the recycling process of Used Beverage Cartons (UBC).

F&N Upcycling Workshop, April 2018

NTU Greenfest Synergy

An upcycling workshop using F&N market return cartons was conducted at MPSJ Malaysia. Participants who are teachers from local government schools picked up the UBC upcycling skills and in turn shared with their students in school. Everyone had great upcycling fun that day!

Water-Venture Eco-Camp, April and June 2018

Nan Hua High School National Environment Quiz

This year, People's Association organised the first Water-Venture Eco-Camp and supported by the National Environment Agency (NEA). Over 100 campers joined in our Eco-Coaster and Coin Purse Upcycling Workshops. A mini group competition was conducted at the end to encourage team work. 

NEA Clean & Green Singapore Carnival, 3-5 Nov 2018

Since 2012, Tetra Pak has played an active role in Clean & Green Singapore (CGS), an initiative organised by the National Environment Agency to inspire Singaporeans to care for and protect our living environment by Adopting a Clean & Green Lifestyle. This includes making green practices and green consumerism an integral part of day-to-day living and taking stock of everyday lifestyles in the areas of (CGS’s 3 pillars): ​

  • Clean Environment: P​roviding the basic foundation for a clean and green lifestyle which reinforces public health and pollution issues

  • City of Gardens & Water: Providing a visual and emotional connection between people and the environment​

  • Energy Efficiency & Resource Conservation: Emphasising the importance of environmental sustainability, which covers energy efficiency, waste minimisation and water conservation.

This year, CGS will be held at Geylang Serai from 3-5 November, 2018. Check out www.cgs.sg for updates.

A participant at Singapore World Water Day

Tetra Pak in collaboration with People’s Association and the National Environment Agency conducted coin purse upcycling workshops during the first Water-Venture Eco-Camp.

For more information about our environment awareness programme