Sustainability Report 2019

Siloso Beach Resort has published its 8th Sustainability Report on the Global Compact website, with the report adhering closely to the GRI Standards! This 165 page report provides a deep insight of our business to our stakeholders. Visit here to check it out!

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ITE Eco Conference 2019

On 1st November, our Managing Director, Mr Kelvin Ng presented the ITE Youth Ambassador Awards to students at the ITE Eco Conference 2019. These students are recognized for their efforts in actively organizing or planning eco-friendly activities.

With this year’s theme being “Envisioning Sustainability, Towards Zero Waste”, the conference invited 3 speakers: Mr Kenneth Er from NEA, Ms Esther An from CDL and Mr Matt Stanelos from WMRAS to share about Singapore’s sustainability efforts and challenges faced through the landscape, business and recycling perspective. The conference also had an exhibition showcasing various projects from ITE students about sustainability.

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5th Enabling Employers Awards 2019

There is a new award displayed at the reception now!

This year, Siloso Beach Resort is honored to have received the highest accolade “Leader Award” at the 5th Enabling Employers Awards in 26 July 2019. Organized by SG Enable, the Enabling Employers Awards recognize the collective effort of organisations and individuals who have demonstrated commitment towards hiring and integrating people with disabilities in the workforce. The “Leader Award” is given to the resort in recognition of our efforts to provide opportunities and create an inclusive work environment for our staff with disabilities.

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ITE-SBR Youth Eco Ambassador Awards 2018

The ITE-SBR Youth Eco Ambassador Awards 2018 was held at Siloso Beach Resort on the 28 November 2018, with 2 distinguished speakers from the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum.

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The purpose of this event is to recognize ITE’s “Youth Eco Ambassadors,” which are awarded to students who have demonstrated environmental leadership at the school.

The two speakers are Mr Foo Maosheng, Curator of Tissues and DNA in Cryogenic Collection and Ms Iffah Binte Iesa, Curator of Cnidarian, Echinoderm & Microscope Slide Collections. Their sharing, titled “Back to Basics: Relevance of the Natural History Museum” shares about the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum’s recent biodiversity research activities, from local field biodiversity surveys to overseas expeditions, such as the recent South Java Deep Sea Expedition, where more than 12,000 marine creatures were collected.

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Mr Foo Maosheng shared more about the different species of insects he has collected so far, as well as the sperm whale that was found in Singapore’s territorial waters. To find out what killed the whale, they opened the gut of the whale and found human trash such as disposable plastic cups. Mr Foo also shared with the audience on how they slowly defleshed the sperm whale to recover its skeleton for the museum.

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Ms Iffah Binte Iesa shared more about the recent South Java Deep Sea Expedition. She even showed a short video of the process of retrieving the sea creatures from the sea bed, and the different instruments used. She also spoke about the sea creatures and their characteristics.