“A minor change in an individual’s behaviour can contribute to a major change in the world.”
THE ECO-GREENERGY STORY
Going “green” should be easy
From its Zero Grounds Coffee Campaign to food waste recycling projects, Eco-Greenergy embraces simple, practical and sustainable solutions to ensure that being eco-friendly is easy for any of its customers. They believe that while going green is the goal, user adoption is the key.LEARN MORE
Quick Facts about food waste
0 billion tonnes
Food wasted globally every year
US$ 1 trillion
Annual value of food waste globally
Approximate weight of annual global food waste
of all food produced across the globe is lost or wasted
Asia’s contribution to global food waste
of food waste is thrown away by an average Singapore home each week
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Each of us has a role to play to solve the plastic waste problem. Finding ways to reduce plastic waste, manage it responsibly and encourage the creation of viable alternatives will be key to a sustainable future for the region.
Live more, Waste less
Inspired by the Eco-Greenergy story? Here are other social enterprises that are innovating for a better future.
Edible Garden City
Edible Garden City are dedicated to creating social change through community-centric agriculture. Edible Garden City helps cities become more self-sufficient by growing food in under-utilised spaces like rooftops, beneath viaducts, and everywhere in between.Learn More
TreeDots was conceptualised in 2017 - a food supplies redistributor with the motive to reduce food waste while providing cheap food supplies for businesses.Learn More
UglyGood is an innovative organic waste recycling company that specialises in providing end-to-end upcycling solutions.Learn More
Rooftop Republic is a social enterprise that promotes urban farming and sustainable living in Hong Kong through urban farm set ups and farming workshops.Learn More
With BubbleNut Wash, a neglected agricultural produce has become a value-added product.
During the lean agriculture season, farmers in remote areas collect soap nuts from surrounding forest areas and convert the nuts into liquid laundry and dish washing detergents. Farmers’ income is supplemented and eco-friendly organic detergents are made available in the market.Learn More