Environmental Program Highlights

Boreal Forest
Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC)

3M is a member of SGBC and contributes to the green building movement in Singapore.

3M has joined The Nature Conservancy in transforming how forest resources are managed in Canada's Boreal Forest. This project is a model for the sustainable supply of economically viable fiber, while also providing jobs for local communities. In addition, it helps protect natural and high conservation value forests and peatlands, along with the threatened species that depend on them, while also respecting the rights of Indigenous peoples and enhancing their role in direct management and decision-making.


Tree frog

Investing in a more sustainable world.


3M engages in environmental initiatives to make a positive impact on the Earth.

3M is a leader in sustainability and works with various partners to support the sustainability goals and needs of our customers and our communities. For more information on 3M Sustainability, visit our sustainability website. 


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Energy Efficiency National Partnership

3M is a founding partner of the Energy Efficiency National Partnership (EENP), a voluntary partnership program for companies that wish to be more energy efficient, launched by NEA in 2010. In 2019, the 3M Tuas Plant received an Honorable Mention under the Best Practices category in the EENP Awards 2019 for a project to optimize air compressors systems, which enabled annual energy savings of 7.4 GWh.  


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Helping our Customers Reduce their Environmental Footprints

We have developed and launched an increasing number of sustainability-focused products, some of which have received sustainability-related certification. For example, 3M™ Prestige Window Film (PR60), 3M™ Novec™ 1230 Fire Protection Fluids and 3M™ DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes have been certified and awarded “Very Good” ratings under the Singapore Green Building Product (SGBP) Labelling Scheme.

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