Sustainability and Green Initiatives

Declarators recognises the importance of green initiatives for our workspace & employees. We also recognize that a healthy planet means a sustainable life for future generations. 

 

We are committed to a sustainable future and to improving the social, economic and environmental well being of the community.

 

Green Nation Pledge

Declarators has made our Green Nation Pledge as a contributor by committing not to use bottled water for meetings/events and to reduce the use of single-use disposables. This is in addition to our ongoing efforts to explore ways to further digitalise our work processes to reduce the need for paper documents.
 
The Green Nation Pledge, supported by the Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment, was launched on 19 September 2022. Individuals, educational institutions and organisations are invited to come forward to make a pledge to take action, and help make Singapore a green, liveable and climate-resilient home.
 
 

Say YES to Waste Less (SYTWL) Campaign

 
We have partner with The National Environment Agency (NEA) for the Say YES to Waste Less (SYTWL) Campaign. 
 
First launched by NEA in 2019, SYTWL aims to encourage the reduction of disposables and food waste.

To #SaveSemakau, the Singapore Green Plan aims to reduce waste sent to our landfill by 20% by 2026. This will also reduce the amount of waste being incinerated, which contributes to climate change. Making this happen will require the help of everyone to #SayYEStoWasteLess, including you.

Through a partnership approach, the campaign drives awareness, action and advocacy on these topics among businesses and consumers. We can all do our part to reduce waste and protect our environment, partner with us today under the SYTWL!
 
 

OneMillionTrees Movement 2022

 
We have contributed to the OneMillionTrees Movement and will be planting two trees during the first quarter of next year.
 
The OneMillionTrees movement is a nationwide effort to plant a million trees across Singapore over the next 10 years, bringing the number of trees in Singapore to more than 8 million.
 
This is part of our efforts to transform Singapore into a City in Nature, which is a key pillar under the Singapore Green Plan 2030.
 
 

Low Formaldehyde Commitment Statement

We have signed the Low Formaldehyde Commitment Statement on April 2022. The Low Formaldehyde Commitment Statement is part of the Alliance for Action on Sustainable Spaces’ effort to raise public awareness and open up opportunities for suppliers of sustainable products and services that can improve wellness and quality of living.

 

Formaldehyde is commonly used in building products and household furnishings, but products containing the chemical can release particles that are hazardous to health at high levels of exposure.

 

The statement, which is in support of the Singapore Green Plan 2030, was officially rolled out on Monday (April 11) by Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat. Click here for the list of organizations onboard of the commitment statement.

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