TEE International’s subsidiary TEE Infrastructure has won four waste management contracts from Changi Airport Group (Singapore), the company said in a filing to SGX Thursday.
The contracts involve refuse removal service by TEE Environmental, which is a majority-owned subsidiary of TEE Infrastructure, at Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4 at Singapore Changi Airport for three years, starting from April 2019, the filing said.
The deal includes an option to extend for two years, it said.
“We are thankful for the opportunity to provide an essential service to CAG,” Edwin Neo, head of TEE Infrastructure, said in the statement. “As we gradually transform our environmental business and build new capabilities, we hope to provide more value-added services to current and potential clients in-line with the National Environment Agency’s Zero Waste movement.”
TEE Infrastructure has tapped Lim Chin Khuang, previously a senior vice president at SembWaste, as executive director for the environmental division as it shifts strategy toward recycling, the filing said.
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