Singapore Industrial Photographer
National Environmental Agency Waste Management
This series of images, by our Singapore industrial photographer, focused on our commissioned works by the National Environmental Agency. These images also includes aerial photography shot with a drone. On top of these, there are also landscape and architecture images Pulau Semakau. Some of the images appeared on NEA webpage here.
Tuas South Incineration Plant collects all the household refuse in Singapore before burning them.
This refuse bunker collects all the daily refuse. The pressure here is lower than the atmospheric pressure to prevent the smell from escaping.
Crane operator work in a safe air-conditioned room to feed the refuse to the incinerators.
There are multiple cranes and hoppers so that regular maintenance will not slow down the process,
A view of the Tuas Marine Transfer station from the refuse tug boat.
Th tug boat approached the Transfer station so that it can pick up the refuse barge.
Singapore Industrial Photographer at Pulau Semakau
An aerial photo by our Industrial photographer at Pualu Semakau in Singapore. The barge carry the ashes from the incinerator. Hence it needs to be covered to prevent the ashes from being blown away during transportation.
The extra large dump truck transports the ashes from the barge to dump them into the landfill cell.
A aerial photography of the floating platform which the trucks rely on to get to the middle of the cell.
The water treatment plant treats the water in the landfill before releasing them into the sea.
This aerial shot from the west captures the fish farm at the south west of Pulau Semakau. This proves that the water are not contaminated from the landfill and the nature environment are not polluted.
The aerial shot of Pulau Semakau from the east. Doesn’t the shape looks a heart?