Tetra Pak believes that environmental conservation is the collective responsibility for all members of society, including businesses, communities and individuals. Every year, Tetra Pak actively engages with the communities it operates in through local programmes and initiatives to raise environmental awareness, individual action and a greater sense of ownership toward environmental conservation. Listed below are some of the local Singapore events in 2019.​​​
local programmes and initiatives to raise environmental awareness
Tetra Pak in collaboration with People’s Association and the National Environment Agency conducted coin purse upcycling workshops during the first Water-Venture Eco-Camp.
Coin purse upcycling workshops during the first Water-Venture Eco-Camp.

Annual Environment Roadshow at Biopolis, August 2019​

​One of our community programme partners, A*Star, has been organising the annual Environment Roadshow and participating in the UBC recycling programme by placing the Tetra Pak polyAl recycling bins (recovered from recycled UBCs!) in their premises to encourage their tenants to actively recycle UBCs along with their regular recyclables. Exhibitions and workshops are conducted yearly during the Environment Roadshow.
Annual Environment Roadshow activities

F&N Upcycling Workshop, March 2019

​Two sessions of upcycling workshops were conducted at Penang Malaysia. Most of the participants are teachers from local government schools and shared the learnt upcycling skills with their students in school.​
F&N upscycling workshop conducted at Penang Malaysia

ITE Eco-Fashion Competition, November 2019

One of our long-term school partners, ITE College East, organised a well-received Eco-Fashion Competition across all its three colleges this year. Students formed teams to take part in the competition and showed vast creativity. A total of $1,000 book vouchers was brought home by the winning teams! Have a look at some of the interesting works made using UBCs below.​​​
Eco-Fashion Competition

NEA Clean & Green Singapore Carnival, 3‑5 Nov ​2018

Since 2012, Tetra Pak has played an active role in Clean & Green Singapore (CGS), an initiative organised by the National Environment Agency to inspire Singaporeans to care for and protect our living environment by Adopting a Clean & Green Lifestyle. This year, Tetra Pak supported CGS in Mosaic Art Competition, eco-workshops, exhibitions and games. Parents brought their children and had a great time in playing and learning in a fun green way together.​​​
Clean & Green Singapore (CGS) Competition, eco-workshops, exhibitions and games