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Lock+Store Is First Self Storage Company To Join SGRecycle network

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Waste paper recycling station outside customer service lobby.

Lock+Store is the first self storage company in Singapore to join SGRecycle’s network, offering a waste paper recycling station at our flagship Chai Chee self storage facility. SGRecycle is a social recycling initiative by SGPaperRecycle Pte Ltd where a network of more than 100 SGRecycle stations are deployed around Singapore islandwide to collect waste paper in exchange for incentives/reward points.

Lock+Store will be implementing SGRecycle’s textile station by year’s end to fulfil our mission of “A green and caring tomorrow with self storage”. Members of the public as well as Lock+Store’s household and business storers are encouraged to use the stations to dispose of their paper and textile waste responsibly.

Read Inside Self Storage's coverage of our initiative here.

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About Lock+Store Singapore

Lock+Store Singapore is a subsidiary of General Storage Company which offers self storage and warehouse solutions in Singapore, Malaysia (Lock+Store Malaysia) and Hong Kong (The Store House Hong Kong).

Our mission is to provide affordable and flexible storage and warehouse solutions tailored to the specific needs of individuals, families and businesses.

We will make a bold new green push in 2022 with the tagline “A green and caring tomorrow with self storage”. Under this initiative, we will be installing solar panels, EV charging bays and recycling stations at our flagship Chai Chee facility. We will also be introducing edible gardens at the facility together with SG Gardens to optimise land use and support Singapore’s drive towards food self-sufficiency.

We are committed to community building and uplifting the well-being of Singaporeans and all who live here through our CSR initiatives. We have been sponsoring a self storage unit for online crowdfunding charity Ray of Hope so they can have a base from which to distribute basic necessities to low-income families in Singapore. We recently sponsored a unit for Nature Society Singapore so they can store their business documents and publications documenting Singapore’s rich and varied eco-heritage. 





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