Singapore start-ups find solutions to give waste a new lease of life

Magorium founder Oh Chu Xian with the start-up's road construction material prototypes and a beverage by Crust Group, which transforms food waste into drinks. PHOTOS: ONG WEE JIN, CRUST GROUP
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SINGAPORE - Road construction material, beer and energy - these are some things that start-ups in Singapore are looking to produce as they reuse or recycle waste.

Waste management is a growing sector here, with more innovators and entrepreneurs working across the entire supply chain, from collection to processing, and in education, said ecosystem players.

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