May 30, 2022

SWM opens officially May 30, 2022!

SWM opened its doors as planned on a bright sunny morning of May 30, 2022 at 8 Neythal Road Singapore 628575. This opening marks the first of many important changes for SWM over the next few years as we continue to strive to offer our diverse stakeholders e-waste solutions that meet the unique needs of their businesses.

This location’s modern ambience will allow SWM to carry out its lithium-ion batteries recycling, repurposing and recovering operations in a safe and compliant manner and provides immersive collaboration space with Singapore institutions of higher learning, promoting local innovation and technology.

In celebration of this significant occasion, the lion dance team performed to create a festive atmosphere and to bring happiness. Accompanied by the music of beating of drums, cymbals, and gongs instruments synchronized to the lion dance movements and actions, it is also believed culturally to bring to the business prosperity and success.

A hearty toast and cheer to SWM as we continue to serve our local community to create and se-cure a green environment for our future generations!

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