Deliveroo Singapore pilots recycling programme

The initiative is done in partnership with Zero Waste SG

Deliveroo Singapore’s corporate arm has partnered with Zero Waste SG to develop a corporate recycling programme for its customers.

Started last 20 September, Deliveroo for Work (DfW) customers can register their interest to upgrade their workplace’s waste management efforts, with the food delivery firm sponsoring up to 50% of the programme costs. 

Deliveroo will invest up to $15,000 to guide organisations’ zero waste journey, the company said.

The programme will include an office waste audit, which will provide companies with better insights into their current waste production, employee surveys to understand their motivations and determine their waste habits and “tailored” zero waste solutions based on office layouts, employee habits and available resources.

“As we look forward to returning to the workplace there is a risk this increases again and we want to support companies in instilling good recycling habits among employees. Through our recycling programme, we can collectively play a part to achieve a cleaner, greener future in the new normal,” Deliveroo Singapore general manager Sarah Tan said.

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