Chinatown Hawker Centre in Singapore is the first hawker centre to participate in the segregate food waste project launched by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and Southeast Asia's first food waste recycling plant, IUT Singapore. After collection, food waste is brought to the plant where the conversion of organic waste to biogas begins. At full capacity, the plant is estimated to be able to produce more than 6MW of electrical energy per hour – enough power for over 10,000 households. The recycling plant also produces compost so that nothing at all goes to waste. More here.