Keep Clean, Singapore! 2022
Every year, the Public Hygiene Council (PHC) holds our flagship initiative, the Keep Clean, Singapore! (KCS) campaign, to raise awareness on the problem of littering and to nudge Singapore residents to uphold higher standards of hygiene and cleanliness in their everyday lives.
We are honoured to have Kelly Latimer as our host for this year's event. Kelly is well known for her active lifestyle and she is an advocate for good social practices. She is looking forward to being part of this meaningful event and meeting everyone.
The PHC has engaged agency partners to systematically develop and implement strategic communications campaigns on various platforms, including delivering public messages through mainstream news media. Please refer to our YouTube channel and follow us on Social Media at @KeepSGClean on TikTok , Facebook and Instagram for regular updates.
Keep Clean, Singapore! 2022 Launch Event
Sunday, 22 April 2022
10:30am – 11:30am
NTUC Centre, Stephen Riady Auditorium
Ms. Grace Fu, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment
Month-Long Community Activation
What better way to show support for a clean Singapore than taking action to keep it clean? We encourage residents/public to conduct small scale litter picking activities at your estates, recreational beaches or parks. The activities should be done in a group of no more than 10 people; and with all Safe Management Measures in place.
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Safe Management Measures:
- Keep to maximum of 10 people in a group
- In the event that there are more than 10 participants, the organiser shall sectorise the area and allocate one group per sector
- Keep a list of participants’ details such as name and contact number
- Advise those who are unwell to stay at home
- Wear gloves
- Keep hydrated
- To cease cleaning in the event of wet weather
- The organiser shall take responsibility and ensure compliance with all safe distancing measures
Additional Measures for Clean-Ups at Beaches/Parks:
- Location to be near Toilet Blocks (hygiene), whenever possible
- Wash and sanitise their hands and tools (from CleanPods) before and after the activity.