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How to Start Living a Zero Waste Lifestyle in Singapore

Singaporeans are becoming more environmentally conscious. You can observe more people embracing the zero-waste lifestyle out of concern for the overflowing landfills. With more news about how our rubbish is endangering wildlife and humans (through the food chain), we are waking up to do our bit for Mother Nature. The goal behind zero waste is …

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Is it Really Over? How to Stay Prepared for Future Circuit Breakers (CBs)

After observing 8 weeks of government-imposed restrictions, 1 June 2020 marked the final day of Singapore’s Circuit Breaker (CB). Restrictions are still in place with gradual easing in three phases. Careful measures are in place to ensure that Covid-19 cases are under control. After all, no one can be too sure if there would be …

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Ways to Stay Healthy During an Outbreak

Recently, the Singapore Ministry of Health raised the novel coronavirus outbreak alert to orange. This announcement has triggered a country-wide caution as Singaporeans become more attentive towards health and safety measures. Organisations have activated their Business Continuity Plans (BCP) with many staff alternately working from home. Health screenings at entrances of buildings are now a …

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