Delegates will have the opportunity to tour the various facilities, gaining firsthand experience in observing successful implementations of environmental policies and initiatives. Delegates will also be able to interact with industry professionals and obtain a practitioner’s perspective on some of the complexities of technologies and operations in the field.

An add-on option for site visit(s) is available with purchase of delegate pass.

18 June 2024

CESG 2024 - Site Visit - Central Forecast Office

Meteorological Service Singapore Central Forecast Office @ Changi Airport Terminal 2 
9:00AM to 12:00PM

Gain insight into the weather and climate services by visiting the Meteorological Service Singapore’s Central Forecast Office, and learn how MSS meteorologists work round-the-clock to serve the needs of the public, government agencies, the aviation community and other specialised users.

Note: This facility is not wheelchair accessible.
CESG 2024 - Site Visit - Project Wolbachia

Project Wolbachia at Techplace II
2:00PM to 4:00PM

NEA’s Project Wolbachia involves the releases of non-biting male Wolbachia-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquitoes into the environment to fight dengue. When the male Wolbachia-Aedes mosquitoes mate with female urban Aedes aegypti mosquitoes (without Wolbachia), their resultant eggs do not hatch. Field studies conducted at some of the release sites have achieved more than 90% suppression of the Aedes aegypti mosquito (the main vector for dengue) population. Discover automated modules incorporated into large-scale mosquito production at NEA’s mosquito production facility, including:

  • Automated larvae counter and dispensing system
  • High density rearing system
  • Pupae size scanner
  • Pupae separation system 
Note: This facility is not wheelchair accessible.

TuasOne Waste-to-Energy Plant
9:00AM to 12:00PM

TuasOne Waste-to-Energy Plant began operations in December 2021. Discover the operations behind the ground breaking TuasOne Waste-to-Energy Plant, and embark on a behind-the-scenes tour to witness first-hand how energy is recovered from the incineration of 3,600 tonnes of waste and transformed into 136MWh of electricity daily.

As Singapore's largest and most advanced incineration facility, TuasOne sets the standard for effective waste management and energy generation. With its cutting-edge technology and eco-friendly practices, it stands as a beacon of efficiency and environmental responsibility.

Note: Due to the nature of the facility, visitors may experience some odour during the visit.