Let’s #KeepSGClean!

If you feel that living in a clean environment is important, join the Keep Singapore Clean Movement community via this Facebook app – www.keepsgclean.sg.

Organised by the Public Hygiene Council, Singapore Kindness Movement, Keep Singapore Beautiful Movement, and supported by National Environment Agency, the Keep Singapore Clean Movement encourages Singapore residents to keep the country litter-free, toilets clean and dry, and be mindful not to spread germs when ill.  Organisers are aspiring for Singapore to have a high standard of hygiene, like what is seen in Japan and South Korea, and Scandinavia.

Here is a video featuring the wonderful work that Waterways Watch Society does, in keeping Singapore’s waterways as free of litter as possible.

If you wish to make a difference and keep Singapore a clean and highly liveable city, join a litter-picking activity, or better yet, organise one! For more information, please visit http://www.publichygienecouncil.sg/, or get in touch with them by emailing admin@publichygienecouncil.sg.

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  • About Green Drinks Singapore

    Founded in November 2007, Green Drinks Singapore is one of more than 800 cities with a Green Drinks presence.

  • We are a non-profit environmental movement that connects academia, green businesses, activists, community and government, for knowledge sharing and collaboration opportunities. We do this by organising informal talks every last Thursday of the month, over drinks! Once in a while, we hold discussions, documentary screenings and workshops to further engage the public and participants.
  • Started in 1989 in London, the Green Drinks movement is a self-organising network that is meant to be simple and unstructured. The global site can be found at www.greendrinks.org.
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