ELO Water recycling3


Did you know that plastic bottles can be recycled up to 7 times?


With each delivery of ELO Water, you may inform our delivery team to collect your empty ELO Water bottles. You may also choose to return the bottles to our ELO Water Bath locations*. These collected bottles will be further processed to be reused in many other applications. Many other useful products in our daily lives can be produced from recycled plastics, such as t-shirts, sweaters, sleeping bags, carpeting and more bottles. We hope to have your support. Please join us in our efforts for sustainability development.


Give plastic bottles a new lease of life. We look forward to join our hands together to do our part to save the environment. Thank you.


Note: Before returning the empty bottles to us, please do rinse and dry the bottles to ensure the bottles are all ready for the recycling programme.


ELO Water Bath Locations

ELO Lab, City Square Mall
180 Kitchener Rd, #03-03/09, Singapore 208539
Operating Hours: Daily 8.00 AM to 7.00 PM
Hotline: +65 6509 8080
Email: elolab@elowater.com


ELO Water Therapy Centre, Belvedere
38C Belvedere Close, Singapore 159883
Operating Hours: Daily 8.00 AM to 9.00 PM
Hotline: +65 6895 8080
Email: elolab@elowater.com


For more information on our sustainability programmes, please visit http://www.hyfluxshop.com/sustainability/.


​​​In support of World Environment Day, three art installations were created using plastic bottles as part of the Singapore Series of UN Environment’s #BeatPlasticPollution Campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness on plastic pollution, and to call for people to reduce and to dispose of plastic waste responsibly. In support of this campaign, Hyflux donated empty ELO Water bottles that were used to create the art installations.

The Singapore Series of UN Environment’s #BeatPlasticPollution Campaign was officially launched by Dr Amy Khor at Marina Barrage on 5 June 2018.


The three art installations included “Mori” the caterpillar, a 120-m long structure that will be made up of 18,000 plastic bottles. The body of the caterpillar is made of plastic bottle bottoms. Volunteers painted the plastic bottle tops in bright hues, handcrafted them into flower shapes and attached them to the body using bottle caps.


Mori the caterpillar is a live art installation that is still in process of transformation, and when completed, will blossom into a chain of colourful plastic flowers, signifying a waste-to-beauty metamorphosis. It aims to remind us that if waste could be thought of differently, there will be huge potential to make a difference.


The other two installations “Our Forgotten Sea” and “Singapore’s Plastic Iceberg” has been completed and will be be located at City Square Mall and South Beach mixed development respectively.


A total of 40,000 plastic bottles were collected for this campaign. Hyflux is proud to be a corporate partner of this meaningful campaign.