Industry Transformation Map

Environmental Services Industry Transformation Map

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Environmental Services Industry Transformation Map

The Environmental Services Industry Transformation Map (ES ITM) was launched in 2017 to create stronger businesses and better jobs for the Cleaning and Waste Management sectors. The Pest Management sector was added in 2019 to harness greater synergy between the three sectors and enable the workforce to become multi-skilled and cross-employable.

ES Industry

The COVID-19 pandemic had underscored the importance of industry resilience to balance the continued provision of quality services, with managing resource and infrastructure challenges, while meeting service demands. At the same time, emphasis of green growth and environmental sustainability for a sustainable future Singapore will lead to new market opportunities for the industry.

NEA and our tripartite partners will pursue the next bound of transformation through the ES ITM 2025, which will center on four key thrusts to strengthen innovation, productivity, and quality jobs in the ES industry:

4 key thrusts

Senior Minister of State for Sustainability and the Environment Dr Koh Poh Koon launched the Environmental Services Industry Transformation Map (ES ITM) 2025 on 16 Jan 2023. The Environmental Services ITM 2025, led by National Environment Agency (NEA) in partnership with its tripartite partners and key industry players, focuses on accelerating efforts to strengthen innovation, improve productivity and create quality jobs.

Photo of SMS, TAC and Union Representatives

From left to right: 

Mr Zainal Sapari, Assistant Secretary-General of NTUC, Mr Albert Lee, President of the Singapore Pest Management Association, Mr Ng Chun Pin, Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Planning, Corporate and Technology) of NEA, Senior Minister of State for Sustainability and the Environment, Dr Koh Poh Koon, Mr Tony Chooi, President of the Environmental Management Association of Singapore, Ms Melissa Tan, Chairman of the Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore

Resources for further information: 

1) Media Release on ES ITM (2017)

2) Media Release on Integration of Pest Management Sector in ES ITM (2019)

3) Media Release on ES ITM 2025 (2023)

4) Visuals and Infographics on ES ITM 2025

Stronger Businesses :: Better Jobs :: Clean and Sustainable Singapore