Tag Archives: JTC

TOXIC FUMES SURROUND BURNING TUAS CHEMICAL WASTE PLANT, NEA & JTC NEGLIGENT?

This is ECO Special Waste Management, a toxic and hazardous waste collector. When factory of this kind is on fire, the surrounding atmosphere is filled to toxic fumes and dust. This is not the first toxic and hazardous waste collector on fire. This shown that NEA and JTC are not doing their upmost to supervise these waste collectors to protect public health & Safety.

Read More »

SINGAPORE SPENT S$950M TO BUILD UNDERGROUND CAVERNS

Singapore yesterday unveiled its latest engineering feat to overcome the constraints of land - an underground commercial storage facility for oil products. The ambitious Jurong Rock Caverns took six years of planning and a further eight of construction at a cost of $950 million, with about 1,700 workers employed. Declaring it officially open, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong told a ceremony on Jurong Island that the endeavour was challenging, risky and expensive, but will ultimately prove rewarding.

Read More »

Singapore JTC looks into building infrastructure above major roads

In what would be a first for land-scarce Singapore, industrial landlord JTC is exploring the possibility of erecting buildings, walkways and communal spaces above major roads. This could be cheaper than going underground, it says of the unprecedented idea to intensify land usage. The landlord might also step up efforts to redevelop older industrial estates by taking back land when 30-year leases are up.

Read More »