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Se-cure Waste Management (SWM) opens new office on May 30, 2022 at 8 Neythal Road

Singapore, April 17, 2022 – Se-cure Waste Management (SWM), the leading provider of electronic waste (e-waste) recycling, is pleased to announce the official opening of its new office at 8 Neythal Road on May 30, 2022.

This new location boosts a modern ambience, allows the organization to carry out its lithium-ion batteries recycling operations in a safe and compliant manner, and provides immersive collaboration space with institutions of higher learning (IHLs), promoting local innovation and technology.

“The opening of SWM’s office is an important step towards realizing our goal of being an integrated e-waste recycling leader for resource recovering and repurposing, creating sustainable resources for our environment. This new office will be the first of many important changes for the organization over the few years as we continue to strive to offer our diverse stakeholders environmentally- friendly solutions that meet the unique needs of their businesses,” said Vince Goh, Managing Director of SWM.

About Se-cure Waste Management

Singapore-based Se-cure Waste Management Pte. Ltd. specializes in the processing and recycling of electronic scrap/ waste (“e-waste”) with the use of innovative technology to yield the highest possible recycling rate with minimal environmental impact. It is poised to lead the forefront for battery recycling innovation. www.se-curewaste.com

For additional information, please contact:
Sandra Yap, Senior Manager – Marketing
+65 9752 0631

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CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESG 2022)

We have a booth in CESG 2022 and we are collaborating with institutions of higher learning, primarily NTU and NEU (a spin-off from NUS), with the aim to demonstrate how this industry collaborates with IHLs to commercialize R&D initiatives, developing scalable and sustainable battery recycling effort.

During this CESG2022, we will be showcasing our innovative recycling processes, including using food waste to extract precious materials from battery waste, and the electrochemical recycling process to extract battery grade lithium. You can also expect samples of pre and post recycling processing products at our booth.

Date: 17 to 21 April 2022
Booth number: L1-N10


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