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Director of residues and resource reclamation centre at the Nanyang Environment and Water Research Institute Assistant Professor Grzegorz Lisak, who led the research, said, “It is essential to evaluate the implications case by case for dealing with plastic waste.”

“In a well-structured closed metropolitan waste management system with incineration treatment, using plastic bags may be the best option that is currently available, provided that there is no significant leakage of waste into the environment,” he said.



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It is great to know that Singaporeans are cognizant of the need to be open to foreigners.

A REACH poll shows that majority of Singaporeans do not feel negative towards foreigners.

They remain open to foreigners and recognized the benefits of Singapore being a regional hub to create good jobs for Singaporeans even if it means some jobs go to foreigners.

It is great to know that Singaporeans are cognizant of the need to be open to foreigners. A Reach poll shows that majority of Singaporeans do not feel negative towards foreigners. They remain open to foreigners and recognized the benefits of Singapore being a regional hub to create good jobs for Singaporeans even if it means some jobs go to foreigners.



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CDCs illustrate how we have structured our social support system in a thoughtful and creative way.

"You bridge residents and the Government. You function not just as hands and legs to implement the programmes, but also as eyes and ears to identify emerging needs and gaps in social support. You are close to the ground and you have a strong network to lean upon, so you can aggregate local needs and resources, build capabilities in your partners, and connect your communities together." - PM Lee



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The law is clear on the deployment of FDWs.

But the reality is less clear as it is not always possible to draw a clear line between household chores arising from caregiving and household chores of other family members.

The solution is to work out a mutual agreement arrangement to avoid misunderstanding or ambiguity.

The law is clear on the deployment of FDWs. But reality is less clear as it is not always possible to draw a clear line between household chores arising from caregiving and household chores of other family members. The solution is to work out a mutually agreement arrangement to avoid misunderstanding or ambiguity.



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