Who started SGRecycle?

SGRecycle was founded in 2020 by four like-minded individuals whereby they develop and pioneered a network of SGRecycle smart stations that allow contactless paper recycling while rewarding users with reward points which can then be redeemed for cash or merchandise vouchers.

What does SGRecycle stations accept?

SGRecycle stations currently accept non-contaminated general waste paper, old magazines & books as well as corrugated carton boxes. Corrugated carton boxes will need to be flattened prior to deposit.

What are the rewards available to SGRecycle users?

For every 1 kg of waste paper deposited at SGRecycle stations, user are rewarded with 5 SGRecycle points. You will then be able to redeem 1,000 SGRecycle points for S$10 via PayNow, FAST Bank Transfer or EZ-Link Credit Vouchers.

Terms and Conditions apply.

What is the minimum weight of waste paper to deposit?

The minimum weight of waste paper will be 100g. The rewards offered at SGRecycle are pegged to the weight of the waste paper you deposited.

The SGRecycle station was full when I wanted to deposit my waste paper, what can I do?

SGRecycle stations are fitted with smart sensors which can track bin capacity. The sensors will trigger our collection team once it exceeded 80% capacity, collection will be done within the next 24 hours so that more efficient route can be planned to reduce carbon footprint. You will be able to check the bin status via login to SGRecycle or our SGRecycle Mobile App. You can feedback to our SGRecycle operation team at +65 8666 4747. Do provide us with the machine serial number SGPxx located at the top right corner of the LED screen.

I would like to learn more about the SGRecycle initiative, how do I get in touch?

You can drop a WhatsApp to our SGRecycle team at +65 8666 4747 (WhatsApp only)

Where can I find the locations of SGRecycle stations?

You can find SGRecycle locations via Locate Us or Login to our SGRecycle App


SGRecycle is not responsible for any personal/private information printed on paper wastes being deposited into our bins.