Reflections @ Keppel Bay

Project status

Reflections at Keppel Bay is the second phase of the residential development in the Keppel Bay waterfront precinct. 

Designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, Reflections at Keppel Bay comprises a total of 1,129 luxurious waterfront condominium units housed in six glass towers of 24 storeys and 41 storeys as well as 11 blocks of 6- to 8-storey villa blocks 

PWCS at Reflections

In Reflections, the envac system is designed to serve 1,129 units of apartments and about 4000 residents. The system is designed to collect a single fraction of waste, the general waste.

The network of refuse pipes connects the refuse chutes from the 6 residential tower blocks and the 11 villa blocks to the collection station.

Reflections at Keppel Bay has one of the largest vacuum waste collection system installed in Singapore with over 80 discharge valves and more than 2 kilometers of refuse pipes.

Basic project information
Project startup2008
System in operation2012
Project completed2012
Basic system data
Type of systemStationary Vacuum System
System subtypeSVS 500
Application areasResidential area
Final capacity per day3.5 tons per day
Number of fractions1
Number of inlets81
Number of tanks0
Total metres of pipe2200
Type of wasteGeneral waste / Rest