Programmes

For Corporate

NEA actively engages its partners in the private sector through a range of programmes that encourage corporates to do their part for the environment. A list of programmes for corporate entities can be found below.

NEA has developed an Environmental Resource Kit to encourage and facilitate environmental stewardship among corporate organisations and NGOs. The resources in this toolkit will help organisations play their part for the environment, engage in environmental CSR, and save money. This resource kit provides information, resources, and activities that organisations can use to take meaningful action for the environment. Whether you are looking for ideas or resources to organise a group of volunteers for a one-time internal event, resource conservation initiatives within the organisation, or working with a team to educate and engage the wider community, this resource kit has what you need.

Click here to download a copy today!

Environmental Resource Kit [PDF, 3.13 MB]

Click here to download marketing templates for your environmental programmes!

Dengue Prevention [DOCX, 3.04 MB]

Energy Efficiency [DOCX, 1.83 MB]

Environmental Sustainability [DOCX, 2.32 MB]

Keep Singapore Clean [DOCX, 2.44 MB]

Waste Minimisation [DOCX, 1.25 MB] 

Environmental initiatives

Environmental programmes

  • Project Eco Office: A local certification scheme developed to promote environmentally-friendly offices, Project Eco-Office encourages management and staff working in offices to practise environmentally-friendly habits.
  • Happy Toilet Programme: The Happy Toilet Programme encourages organisations to have their toilet facilities audited for Happy Toilet standards.
  • Clean Singapore Learning Trail: Give back to the community by cleaning up the beach, and protecting its ecosystem.
  • Visits to Semakau Landfill and Incineration Plants: Learn first-hand about Singapore’s efficient waste disposal system.
  • Dengue Prevention Volunteer: Help educate and spread the awareness on dengue prevention to fellow residents through activities and house-to-house visits. Please contact us at 1800-CALL-NEA (1800-2255-632) or submit electronically via the Online Feedback Form or myENV mobile application.
  • Tray Return Programme at Hawker Centres: The tray return initiative encourages individuals to clear their own trays as acts of graciousness and kindness towards our cleaners and other users. Please contact us at 1800-CALL-NEA (1800-2255-632) or submit electronically via the Online Feedback Form or myENV mobile application.

Be a part of the following programmes to incorporate good environmental practices in your organisation's operating processes.

Here is a list of resources that can help you kick-start your environmental event or initiative.

NEA provides funding support for specific environmental initiatives. NEA's funding schemes are listed at http://www.nea.gov.sg/grants-awards.

  • 3P Partnership Fund: The 3P Partnership Fund aims to encourage organisations from the People, Private, and Public (3P) sectors to collaborate and develop sustainable environmental initiatives that promote environmental ownership.
  • Call for Ideas Fund (CIF): CIF is a seed fund that supports innovative community projects that resolve environmental challenges, and the development of mobile applications which enable open dissemination of environmental information.
  • 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) Fund: The 3R Fund is a co-funding scheme to encourage organisations to reduce waste disposed of at NEA's incineration plants and disposal facilities through the implementation of waste minimisation and recycling projects.
  • Energy Efficiency Fund (E2F): The E2F is designed to support companies in the industrial sector in becoming more energy efficient. It encourages owners and operators of facilities to (i) integrate energy and resource efficiency improvements into their development plans early in the design stage; (ii) conduct a detailed energy assessment for their facilities to identify energy efficiency improvement opportunities; (iii) invest in energy-efficient equipment or technologies; and (iv) invest in an Energy Management Information System (EMIS) to plan, monitor and take action to continually improve and maintain energy performance.