In the sea, unsustainable practices such as overfishing are depleting marine life and placing the health of our fresh and saltwater ecosystems at risk.
On land, unsustainable palm oil plantations using slash-and-burn practices are destroying homes for animals such as orangutans.
What’s more, our regular use of non-biodegradable plastic is creating an enormous amount of waste and pollution, which could take thousands of years to break down.
Join us in our endeavor to save the earth, by eating only sustainable seafood, using 100% sustainable palm oil and avoiding plastic bottles - one at a time.
All our eateries serve only seafood that is sustainably-sourced. Sustainable seafood is defined as seafood that is caught with the least impact on the environment. This means that the catch (fish, prawns, crabs etc.):
Sustainable fishing is important for two main reasons:
Choose to buy and eat only sustainable seafood. As more consumers and restaurants choose sustainably sourced food/ingredients, rising demand will encourage suppliers to make improvements in the way they farm or catch fish in order to achieve certification.
Here’s what you can do:
We have switched to using only certified segregated sustainable palm oil for cooking in all of our F&B outlets. WRS has also joined the Singapore Alliance for Sustainable Palm Oil, a group of companies who have banded together to encourage more companies to switch to sustainably produced palm oil.
Consumer choice and purchasing behaviour can make a difference to the welfare and wellbeing of wildlife and their habitats. As more consumers choose sustainable palm oil, rising demand will encourage suppliers to make improvements in the way they produce palm oil in order to achieve certification.
Here’s what you, as a consumer can do:
Our Bottled Water Campaign aims to reduce bottled water consumption by discouraging guests from purchasing and drinking bottled water, and encouraging them to use and refill reusable water bottles instead. Our ultimate aim is to reduce single-use plastic waste. In our parks, bottled water is the key contributor of single-use plastic waste.
To support this initiative:
Every action counts. If we each reduce one single-use plastic bottle a day, Singapore will reduce plastic waste by 2 billion bottles a year! Plastic is non-biodegradable and takes thousands of years to break down, thus creating an enormous amount of waste and pollution.