NEA’s Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) will be very different from Singapore’s existing incineration plants. The IWMF will handle multiple waste streams: incinerable waste, source segregated food waste, household recyclables and dewatered sludge from the neighbouring Tuas Water Reclamation Plant (TWRP).
Both the co-located IWMF and TWRP will collectively be known as Tuas Nexus, a water-energy- waste nexus that maximizes synergies.
Tuas Nexus is an energy self-sufficient infrastructure that will also export electricity to the grid.
This iconic development with innovative design features is symbolic of sustainable urban planning.
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We propose a colossal, continuous landscape mural – not in paint, but in ETFE membrane and living green wall.
In doing so we seize the opportunity to push ETFE into the mainstream. Its use will necessitate SGBC certification; subsequently, as a lightweight, self-cleaning, environmentally friendly alternative, we hope to see its wider application – starting from the Tuas Nexus- spread across Singapore in all types and forms of architecture.
Leveraging the immense scale of the IWMF buildings, the aesthetic and functional facade imbues the architecture with meaning: a dream to safeguard, nurture, and cherish our natural environment.
Documentation in progress.
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