Registration Open for Webinar on Private Sector Initiatives to Reduce Marine Plastics “Toward Plastic Circularity: Good Practices from Singapore”

Join us to explore Singapore’s innovative strategies, private sector contributions, and ERIA’s role in combating plastic waste. Don’t miss out on “Toward Plastic Circularity: Good Practices from Singapore”.

The Regional Knowledge Centre for Marine Plastic Debris will unpack the Singapore’s strategy to promote resource circularity, with a focus on plastics. Especially in the context of new laws and regulations aiming to improve plastic circularity in Singapore, highlighted in the application of Extended Producer Responsibility schemes for plastics, the webinar will be an occasion to discuss the many ways private companies are contributing to combatting plastic waste and marine plastic debris.

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Webinar: “Toward Plastic Circularity: Good Practices from Singapore.”

Date and Time: April 18, 2024, 10:00 AM to 12:15 PM (GMT+8)

Platform: Zoom


What You Can Learn:

– Singapore’s strategy and progress on marine plastic waste management.

– The role of private companies in combating plastic waste and marine pollution.

– ERIA’s role in promoting innovative approaches undertaken by the private sector in the ASEAN+3 region


The Regional Knowledge Centre for Marine Plastic Debris was established under the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) in 2019. The Knowledge Centre’s mission is to provide information and support to ASEAN+3 Member States, thereby helping them to improve the circularity of plastic and prevent leakage into marine environments.

This Press Release has also been published on VRITIMES

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