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Get ready for Income Eco Run 2020!

Singapore’s favourite eco run is back! Held at the F1 Pit Building on 26 April 2020, Income Eco Run (IER) 2020 is now open for registration.

Building on past efforts to encourage a zero waste lifestyle, as well as to commemorate Income’s 50th Anniversary, new initiatives to reduce, reuse and recycle will be introduced at IER2020. These include printing of bib numbers on running singlets for selected categories and distribution of reusable bags made of breathable mesh for runners to hold their post-race replenishment of bananas and recovery drinks at the finish line.

Race categories at IER 2020 include the 10km individual or mixed team and a 21.1km Half Marathon challenges. Other categories include the Zero Waste 5km distance for participants 13 years and above, and two distances for children – 800m for those aged four to eight years old, and 1.2km for those aged nine to twelve years.

More information on IER 2020 and online registration is available at IncomeEcoRun.sg. Join the zero waste movement and sign up today!

2019 Income Eco Run 21.1km Half Marathon Flag Off.jpg

Participants of the 1.2km Kids Dash Sprinting Off the Line.jpg

Shaws Pre-School Guess the Number Of Bottles Shark Display.jpg

Solar Panels Being Used at the 2019 Income Eco Run .jpg

Zero Waste Runners refilling their reusable cups along the route.jpg

Turtle Art Display as part of Shaws Pre-School's Say No To Plastic Pledge Campaign.jpg

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