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Top 5 Most Popular FAQs
What are the areas where smoking is banned?
Generally, smoking is banned in air-conditioned or enclosed areas where families and children gather, or frequented by non-smokers. Smoke-free premises include cinemas, public toilets, community centres, bus shelters/interchanges, hawker centres, entertainment outlets etc. Non-smoking areas are indicated by the display of the "No Smoking" sign.
A list of the places where smoking is banned may be found at NEA's website at
How is MEWR involved in nuclear issues?
MEWR is Singapore's lead agency in matters related to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The IAEA is the world's center of cooperation in the nuclear field and was set up in 1957 within the United Nations family to promote safe, secure and peaceful nuclear technologies.
What are PUB's water and used water tariffs and charges?
PUB's water tariffs and fees are summarized in the following table.
Water Conservation Tax
Water Conservation Tax is levied by the Government to reinforce the water conservation message. SP Services Ltd collects the WCT (Water Conservation Tax) on behalf of the Government.
Water Borne Fee and Sanitary Appliance Fee
These are statutory charges prescribed under the Sanitary Appliances and Water Charges Regulations to offset the cost of treating used water and for the maintenance and extension of the public sewerage system.
Charges are given in Singapore currency.
How many landfills are there in Singapore?
Semakau Landfill is the only landfill in Singapore. Semakau Landfill is a sanitary landfill in which only non-incinerable waste and incineration ash are disposed of.
How is Singapore working with our ASEAN neigbours (at regional level) and Indonesia (bilateral level) to reduce the haze problem?
Singapore will work with ASEAN Member countries to implement the ASEAN Haze Agreement by: (i) Urge remaining countries to ratify the Agreement, (ii) Develop a Work Programme to operationalise the Agreement, (iii) Urging all 10 AMCs to contribute to the Haze Fund and to seek donor funding from ASEAN Dialogue partners and Plus 3 countries.
At the sub-regional level, Singapore will work actively and participate in the MSC Meetings to urge Indonesia to commit to national targets to reduce land and forest fires under their National Plan of Action.
Singapore will continue to host the ASMC and provide timely updates to the AMCs on the regional weather and haze conditions.
At the local provincial level under the Jambi - Singapore Collaboration, Singapore will assist to implement specific Action Programmes (APs) under the Jambi Master Plan to assist Muaro-Jambi Regency to tackle land and forest fires.
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