EPA Programs in Singapore
EPA’s cooperation with Singapore occurs largely under the auspices of the U.S.-Singapore Environmental Plan of Action. Under the 2011-2012 Environmental Plan of Action, EPA may cooperate with Singapore on a variety of areas including: air pollution management, waste management, and drinking water protection. Our current work with Singapore focuses on improving air quality, through the activities described below.
EPA’s collaboration with Singapore advances the Agency's six international priorities.
Explore our work in Singapore:
Improving Air Quality:
EPA is developing a study tour for officials from the Singapore National Environment Administration to learn more about air quality monitoring programs in the U.S. This study tour will focus on air quality monitoring techniques and public health impacts from improved air quality.
Reduce Exposure to Toxic Chemicals:
In 2009, EPA hosted a study tour by Singapore government officials on terrain decontamination. During the study tour, the delegation met with enforcement, air quality, and emergency management officials at EPA. The delegation also toured decontamination sites and facilities in the region.
|Singapore National Environmental Administration|
- The Central Intelligence Agency Singapore Fact Page
- State Department Singapore Background
- Recent U.S. Agreements with Singapore
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For additional information about EPA's work with Indonesia, contact:
Office of International and Tribal Affairs (2650R)
1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20460
Phone: (202) 564-6600