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ABOUT ACICLO INTERNATIONAL

Evolving Sustainability

With more than 40 years of proven track record from Boon Poh Refuse Disposal Pte Ltd in Singapore, Aciclo International is poised to deliver excellence in our products quality and customer satisfaction.

Conventional ways of handling food wastes had proven its merits over the years. However, it takes more than just a new technology to bring about the transformation in food waste management; it is the willingness to take responsibility to develop new practices in our daily lives in order to achieve a sustainable eco-friendly world for our future generations.

 

Purpose of Our Existence

Being forward looking, we challenge boundaries that’s been set by our predecessors to introduce new technological solutions and practices to better manage, reduce and reuse food waste.

 

Our Vision

To be the most innovative global solutions provider for maximising waste resources to achieve a sustainable balanced eco-system for future generations.

 

Our Mission

To be the most innovative global solutions provider for maximising waste resources to achieve a sustainable balanced eco-system for future generations.

 

How Aciclo International Started

1972

Founded Boon Poh Refuse Disposal.

1980 – 1990

Company grew from 5 to 20 staff strength and a fleet of 10 collection trucks.

1990 – 2000

Started to diverse into cleaning and landscaping services in Singapore.

2000 - 2016

Company grew to size of 20 to 100 employees.

2016

Further diversified food waste management services, paper and plastic recycling services in Singapore.

2018

Incorporated Aciclo International for global market expansion with focus on food waste management.

The system enabled us to save at least 3,600 trash bags a year, providing a significant reduction of waste going to incinerators and landfills. Adopting the system in our kitchen operations is not only aligned with our own brand values of protecting the environment, it is also aligned with government’s efforts in minimizing waste in Singapore.
Marriott Courtyard Singapore
Executive Chef – Mr. John Chye Marriott Courtyard Singapore
Wastes was increasing significantly especially after the opening of Terminal 3 where we saw a significant jump in our wastes level. My team and I were looking at ways to manage the rising costs and reduce weightage of wastes. We adopted the food digestor system in Terminal 3 three years ago and with its success, we have systems implemented across Terminal 1 to Terminal 4 today, which also in turn had our CAG community raised awareness of this Green initiative.
Facilities Management (Planning), Changi Airport Group
Senior Manager - Mr. Jerome Francis Facilities Management (Planning), Changi Airport Group

Quality for the Environment

We are committed to quality, reliability and excellence in our products and services.

We provide sustainability expertise in ways that are both innovative and practical. Behind every solution is the foundation of a full-service, ISO 9001 and 14001-certified special services division of Waste Management. From here, we provide best-practice advisory and consulting services devoted to developing long-term and comprehensive environmental management solutions.

Would you give wastes a new life?