The National Environment Agency (NEA) regulates water pollution and quality in Singapore’s sewerage system, as well as inland water bodies and coastal areas. Given Singapore’s limited water resources, it is critical that water pollution and quality are carefully monitored and regulated.
The control of soil pollution is also an important aspect since pollutants in the soil are likely to make their way into the water system as run-off or groundwater. Soil pollution control in Singapore primarily focuses on the proper use of approved pesticides to combat termites in soil. More details can be found here.