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Quek Leng Chuang

LengChuang is a chemical engineer and an expert in carbonomics. He is the co-founder and owner of Environmental Solutions (Asia) Pte Ltd and ES Power.
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Environmental Solutions CATs

10 Sep, 2019 6:13:51 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Spent Catalytic Converter

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At Environmental Solutions CATs, we are well established in the area of harvesting PGMs (Platinum Group Metals), mainly Pd (Palladium), Pt (Platinum) and Rh (Rhodium) from Spent Catalytic Converters for over 20 years. With the in-house machinery, analytical lab and our processes, we are able to provide a much faster and more accurate analysis for Spent Catalytic Converters, resulting in better returns for the spent catalytic converters, to be ready for sale within just 7 days.

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What Happens To Your Spent Materials?

10 Sep, 2019 5:53:41 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Reimagining Sustainability

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Value From Your Waste

10 Sep, 2019 5:42:45 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Reimagining Sustainability

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Have Your Cake and Eat It Too! The best way to Purchase Power for your Business.

28 Jan, 2019 5:33:40 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Carbon Neutrality, Electricity Retail, Residential, Business, ES Living, Powering Sustainability

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The best way to purchase power as a business customer in Singapore is to procure it at a plan derived from wholesale electricity prices (WEP). Primarily because of the unique characteristics of the National Electricity Market of Singapore (NEMS). Also, the WEP is essentially the cost price of electricity for all retailers, and procuring electricity on this cost plus basis is the cheapest and most transparent option possible to the  consumer.

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Singapore Electricity Market - Stable and Steady

28 Jan, 2019 5:32:15 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Carbon Neutrality, Electricity Retail, Residential, Business, ES Living, Powering Sustainability

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The National Electricity Market of Singapore  (NEMS) has some unique characteristics, that presents the everyday electricity consumer advantageous opportunities. Compared to many other liberalised markets in developed urbanised cities, the Singapore market is presently relative stable. Here is why.

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#LiveGreenSG Home Tips: Water

2 Nov, 2018 11:45:17 AM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Residential, ES Living, Powering Sustainability

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#LiveGreenSG Home Tips: Waste

1 Nov, 2018 2:56:59 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Residential

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#LiveGreenSG Home Tips: Plastic Use

1 Nov, 2018 2:48:29 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Residential

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#LiveGreenSG Home Tips: Kitchen

1 Nov, 2018 2:43:17 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Residential, ES Living, Powering Sustainability

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#LiveGreenSG Home Tips: Hardware

1 Nov, 2018 2:37:12 PM / by Quek Leng Chuang posted in Residential, ES Living, Powering Sustainability

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