"We care greatly for the environment and Mother EARTH."
We're committed and continue to aim to take care of the environment. We will continue to reduce our energy consumption and drive environmental activities at IPC.
To encourage more shoppers to recycle, we're excited to bring you the new IPC Recycling Centre! It’s a place where you can drop off your recyclables at your convenience while you earn some spare cash.
We operate from 10am – 6pm daily and we're located at the Loading Bay area which is behind the centre. At the IPC Recycling Centre, we only accept recyclable items. What can be Recycled? Click here...
We've also allocated recycling bins at strategic locations in the mall for you to drop off your recyclable items and do your part for the environment.
With the idea of encouraging more customers to travel via public transport, we've made available a Shuttle bus service.
Take the green lead:
One of the best ways to teach your children to care about and respect their environment is to be a good role model. If you show enthusiasm and respect for wildlife and nature, your child will follow the lead.
Take a weekend adventure to a state or national park. Go for a hike, take a canoe trip, or visit a state park or nature centre. Spend time talking with your children about the plants and animals they see. Have them draw pictures or take photographs of the things they see or experience on your weekend outing.
Some simple steps can go a long way in saving water, like turning off the tap when you are brushing your teeth or shaving. Try to collect the water used to wash vegetables and salad to water your houseplants.
Reduce carbon footprints Tip 1:
Don't leave your appliances on standby mode – turn off televisions and stereos when you're not using them. Appliances left on standby mode account for an average of 7% of the home's energy consumption.
Reduce carbon footprint Tip 2:
Let clothes dry naturally. Not only do you save electricity, but you will reduce your carbon footprint.
Reduce carbon footprints Tip 3:
Lower your shades or close your curtains on hot days to keep the house cool and reduce the use of electric fans or air-conditioning.
Make a note:
Need a pad for lists and messages? Turn over an old document and write on the back of that instead.
Why pay to have newspapers delivered to your office? You could read the items online. It will save you money and reduce the amount of waste paper you produce .
Paper can be easily recycled and turned in to new products. If your office has a bin for recycling paper please use it for documents, newspapers, notes and other paper items.
Reuse your water bottle. Avoid buying bottled water. In fact, reuse everything at least once, especially plastics.
Dry newspapers & neatly tied
Books & Magazines
Dry magazines & neatly tied
Dry cardboards, opened or folded
Dry tins/metal cans, washed and crushed
Dry cans, washed and crushed
Dried bottles & washed
Operating Hours: 10am - 6pm daily
Location: Loading Bay (behind the centre)
Cans filled with water
Furniture and mattresses
Old clothes – will be given to charity home.
Note: The management reserves the right and discretion for payment amount and acceptance of items. Waste that is not categorized as above will not be paid for.
"We have only one Earth to live in. Let's take care of it!"