Cleaning up our waterways
TotalEnergies employees in Singapore work with the Waterways Watch Society to clean up our waterways, contributing individually to the environment, while cultivating their sense of environment stewardship.
In addition to regular partnerships with Waterways Watch Society, in June 2022, 130 TotalEnergies Singapore employees rowed kayaks, got on pedal boats, cycled and walked to clean up along the Marina reservoir waterways.
In just four sessions, TotalEnergies volunteers cleaned up more than 75kg of waste in our waterways!
Waterways Watch Society
Waterways Watch Society (WWS) is a non-governmental and non-profit environmental organisation, committed to foster appreciation and promote conservation of our environment, especially the waterways in Singapore.
Global Cleanup Challenge
TotalEnergies is a global founding member of the Alliance to End Plastic Waste.
As part of a three-week “TotalEnergies Singapore All Together Global Cleanup Challenge” in 2020, our employees collected litter and uploaded images to Litterati, an app that uses Artificial Intelligence to build a database of amount and types of litter found over the world, used to identify pollution sources and solutions.
Alliance to End Plastic Waste
AEPW focus on enhancing waste management capacity and capability by improving collection, sorting, processing, and recycling systems, especially in underserved regions.
as of December 2022
Reducing food waste
Since 2021, over 50 employees from TotalEnergies in Singapore have volunteered at The Food Bank to help in the organization’s operations, which aims to end food insecurity by salvaging excess food and redistributing them to beneficiaries.
The Food Bank Singapore
The Food Bank Singapore sources and rescues more than 800,000 kilograms of food annually for our network of beneficiary organisations. The food distributed is vital for various food relief efforts such as community pantries, emergency food rations delivery and daily meal programmes.