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  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Comparative analysis of plastic recycling in south east asia

Sustainable Southeast Asia: A Closer Look at Plastic Recycling Rates

As we strive to create a greener future, understanding plastic recycling rates in Southeast Asian countries is crucial. Let's take a closer look at the current state of plastic recycling in the region:

Singapore: Leading the Way With a recycling rate of approximately 59%, Singapore is setting a shining example. (Source: National Environment Agency)

Malaysia: On the Rise Malaysia has made significant progress, achieving a recycling rate of 24% in recent years. (Source: Department of Environment Malaysia)

Thailand: The Challenge Continues Thailand faces challenges with a recycling rate below 10%. Efforts to improve are ongoing. (Source: Pollution Control Department, Thailand)

Indonesia: A Growing Concern Indonesia struggles with a recycling rate below 5%, emphasizing the need for sustainable waste management strategies. (Source: Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry)

Vietnam: The Call for Change Vietnam, with a recycling rate below 10%, is actively working to enhance recycling infrastructure. (Source: Vietnam Environment Administration)

Philippines: Aiming Higher The Philippines is making strides with a recycling rate of around 15%. Continued efforts are essential. (Source: Department of Environment and Natural Resources - Philippines)

These figures highlight the disparities in plastic recycling rates across Southeast Asia. Let's collaborate, share knowledge, and support sustainable practices to collectively boost recycling efforts in the region. Together, we can make a significant impact on reducing plastic waste.

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