Our Approach to Sustainability

SCC strives to create long-term value for our stakeholders in the marine ecosystem by incorporating sustainable practices into our daily operations and activities:

Ensuring health, safety & security of our employees & stakeholders
Minimising the environmental footprint of our business
Sustainable travel experiences through our terminals
Conducting business with ethics and integrity
Embarking on sustainability projects

Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal to become Singapore’s first solar-powered ferry terminal

Under an agreement with Sunseap Group, SCC will buy 100 per cent of TMFT’s energy requirements via a hybrid offer that allows SCC to utilise solar power and supply from the grid.

This is equal to:

  • Offset at least 327 tonnes of CO2 annually.
  • Offset at least 158,757kg of coal burned
  • Offset the emission of 69 vehicles driven for one year.
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Major Makeover for Sustainability

Maritime sustainability is arguably most challenging and time critical. In particular, the waterborne passenger travel segment definitely needs a major makeover to keep up with the global move towards sustainability.


Sustainable Waterborne Travel

SCC strives towards building a sustainable waterborne passenger travel for our stakeholders in the marine ecosystem in the near future.


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