‘Frasers Property to slash food waste at five malls with new ‘Champions Way Residences’ initiative’

Frasers Property Singapore has recently announced a partnership with Life Lab Resources (LLR) to implement an upcycling programme for food waste produced at its retail malls. The programme will utilize the WasteMaster food waste valorisation system, developed by Green Eco Technologies, at five of Frasers Property’s malls – Causeway Point, Waterway Point, Northpoint City, Century Square and Tampines 1. This initiative is a step towards a zero-waste and food-resilient future, according to Frasers Property Singapore’s CEO, Soon Su Lin.

The WasteMaster system works by processing food waste on-site and converting it into nutrient-rich substrates, instead of sending it to landfills. LLR, a local firm, will operate an onsite treatment plant at each of the five malls to process the food waste. The substrates produced will then be used at a bio-refinery plant, set to be operational in the first quarter of 2024, to produce microbial protein for potential use in commercial fish feed production. This new system is expected to reduce up to 2,200 tonnes of food waste and save up to 660 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually across the five malls.

This is not the first time Frasers Property has implemented a food waste management programme. Last year, a pilot programme was conducted at Causeway Point, involving F&B tenants such as Bali Thai, Food Republic, Ichiban Boshi, and FairPrice Finest supermarket. The success of the pilot led to other F&B tenants, including Dian Xiao Er, Kuriya Japanese Market, PastaMania, Shabu Sai, and Tokyo Shoduko, joining the programme. Together, they contributed to the collection of over 52 tonnes of food waste in a year.

Frasers Property reports that the food waste valorisation system was able to reduce the net weight of food waste by up to 80%, while retaining its nutritional value. The substrates produced are also free of harmful pathogens like E coli and salmonella. In 2025, the company plans to extend this programme to its other malls, potentially cutting down about 4,700 tonnes of food waste and reducing up to 1,600 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually.

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Soon Su Lin highlights that with the successful pilot at Causeway Point, Frasers Property looks forward to more tenants’ support and participation in this food waste management programme. The company also welcomes collaborative opportunities to test innovative solutions in promoting a greener and more liveable Singapore. The partnership with LLR and the implementation of the WasteMaster system is a step in the direction of sustainability, aligning with the company’s commitment to its Champions Way Residences.

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