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SMRT Trains is committed to conducting our business in an environmentally responsible way, balancing the interests of our stakeholders.

AT A GLANCE

Energy Conservation in SMRT  ENERGY CONSERVATION through installation of LED LIGHTING and DISTRICT COOLING

 

Water conservation in SMRT  Dual cycle recycling systems at train wash plants saves APPROXIMATELY 670,000 LITRES OF FRESH WATER EACH MONTH

 

Waste Reduction in SMRTEliminate, reuse and recycle waste. CLOSE TO 1,600 TONNES of scrap metal sent for recycling

 

SUPPLEMENTING POWER USAGE WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY AT DEPOTS

The Bishan, Tuas and Mandai depots are powered partially by solar energy. Our aim is for the total solar energy harnessed at all SMRT train depots to supplement the energy used for purposes other than trains operation. In January 2022, we commissioned additional solar panels at Tuas West Depot. By FY2023, our target is to increase the solar energy output in Bishan Depot by 150%, while reducing carbon footprints by 2,800 tonnes (equivalent to approx. 1.4 million fire extinguishers). We will continue to explore opportunities to expand the solar PV system.

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THOMSON-EAST COAST LINE – BUILDING A MORE SUSTAINABLE RAIL SYSTEM

Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) stations, trains, Operations Control Centre (OCC), as well as Mandai Depot (MDD) were built by the Land Transport Authority (LTA). Unlike the other stations and depots where energy-saving structures were built-in after, TEL stations and MDD were built with sustainability in mind. 

TEL green features

All these features contribute towards energy savings at the stations TEL and depot premises, including trains, open track areas, workshops, service roads and tunnels, have been installed with energy-saving LED lighting