Reclaims Group (comprising Reclaims Global Limited and its subsidiary, Reclaims Enterprise Pte. Ltd.) was founded by Mr. Chan Chew Leh and Mr. Tan Kok Huat amongst other founding shareholders in February 2009. Together with a small team of 10 workers, an old crusher, a makeshift screener and leased tipper trucks, we started to supply recycled construction materials, such as graded stone and recycled asphalt premix, for road works and construction sites in Tuas.
To further enhance our corporate image, we applied to and was granted by the Singapore Environment Council the right to use the Singapore Green Label for our 20-mm recycled aggregate for concrete mixture in May 2011. Between 2013 and 2016, we acquired two new mobile jaw crushers, each with a recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) output of up to 240 metric tonnes per hour, and four mobile screeners. With these acquisitions, we were able to conduct more extensive onsite recycling activities, eliminating the need for large storage facilities for construction and demolition (C&D) waste and RCA, and substantially reducing transportation costs. In addition, we operated a fleet of excavators, tipper trucks, articulated dump trucks and other machinery for our day to day works.
To support our growing operations in the long-run, we acquired a leasehold land at 10 Tuas South Street 7 Singapore in February 2014 and completed the construction of our four-storey corporate headquarters in June 2016. The new premises allowed us to consolidate our office, storage facility and ancillary dormitory at one location to achieve cost effectiveness and operational efficiency.
"Holistic Eco-Friendly integrated service provider in the construction industry"
"To recycle and repurpose Construction and Demolition Waste to reduce pollution in the environment"
"Through strategic customer-eccentric solutions, we aim to deliver excavation services that exceed our clients’ expectations and experience"
"Provide a safe and healthy working environment for all our stakeholders"
"Embrace green technologies and initiatives to preserve and protect Mother Earth"