Most of you probably have been to the eco-mall at Farrer Park near Little India. City Square Mall is touted as the first eco-mall in Singapore. It has been awarded the Building and Construction Authority's Green Mark Platinum Award and is also the first eco-mall with an integrated Urban Park.
The developer is City Developments Limited (CDL), and if you have been to their website , you will have noticed that Corporate Social Responsibility, including the environment, features highly in their work. CDL discloses their environmental initiatives (they have ISO14001 EMS) and performance to the public through their sustainability reports. They were only one of the few (you can count them on one hand) Singapore companies that reported to the Carbon Disclosure Project. OK, ok, this is not a promo of CDL, and I have no affiliation with them, but I don't recall many Singaporean blue chip companies being environmentally friendly.
Anyway, I actually enjoyed the NTUC supermarket the most because they had depositories for recyclables - cans and tetrapaks. NTUC shld expand this to their other stores. Anyway, one of the employees was emptying the collection point and there were A LOT of cans!