Public Hygiene Council

Keep Singapore Clean Movement


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Frequently Asked Questions

The following guide is prepared to provide guidance to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding the Public Hygiene Council (PHC).


What is the website about?

Website aims to inspire everyone in Singapore to promote values of picking up after ourselves, throwing waste in bins and leaving our environment in a state we can be proud of, via the Keep Singapore Clean Movement.


How can I volunteer with PHC on your environmental works?

Currently, we do not have any regular volunteer programmes for individuals. However, you can leave your contact details with us via email. We can notify you of any upcoming available programmes or events, which you can participate in.


How do I organise a clean-up activity?

To empower groups to self-lead their activities, PHC has developed guidelines and a tutorial video for organising a clean-up activity. Your group can refer to the following download links for the resources:

Guide to organise a litter picking: Download link

Tutorial video: Video


Where can I register for beach clean-up activities?

You can register with NEA & PHC to schedule clean-ups at popular locations such as the recreational beaches (Changi Beach, East Coast Beach, Pasir Ris Beach and Sembwang Beach) on this page:


Where do I download useful resources?

PHC website provides an array of information, posters, video clips, etc., for public information and use. They are made available for download on this page: (


How do I communicate with PHC if I have other concern(s)?

Our contact can be found at footer of every page. You can email us at

Public Hygiene Council Secretariat


40 Scotts Road
Environment Building #20-00
Singapore 228231

If you have any query with regard to the Keep Singapore Clean Movement, drop us an email:

If you have any feedback on cleanliness issues, you may submit your feedback using the OneService App.

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