Private Sector Strategies to Implement Plastic Circularity

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A successful webinar hosted by ERIA’s Regional Knowledge Centre for Marine Plastic Debris, supported by the National Environment Agency Singapore and the GIZ 3RproMar partnership program, shed light on Singapore’s private sector strategies for promoting plastic circularity. This successful seminar is a testament of the ongoing collaboration between RKC-MPD and NEA, and private sectors in tackling the complex challenge of marine plastic debris.

19 April 2024: A successful webinar hosted by ERIA’s Regional Knowledge Centre for Marine Plastic Debris, in collaboration with the National Environment Agency (NEA) Singapore and the GIZ 3RproMar partnership program, supported by the Singapore Environment Counsil (SEC) shed light on Singapore’s private sector strategies for promoting plastic circularity. The event, titled ‘Private Sector Initiatives to Reduce Marine Plastics: Toward Plastic Circularity: Good Practices from Singapore,’ brought together practitioners from across the public and private sectors, as well as civil society to discuss innovative solutions and best practices in tackling plastic pollution. More than 100 people from ASEAN region and beyond watched the event and participated in the Q&A session. 

About RKCMPD

About RKCMPD 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.

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