1. Guidelines for Litter Picking
As an Organiser, you can get started by downloading a copy of the guidelines. Organisers, leaders and participants can refer to these guidelines and safety measures.
Watch Tutorial video here: Guide to organise a clean-up activity
Download here: Guidelines for Litter Picking
2. Tools and Materials (For registered organisers only)
We strongly encourage participants to re-use any existing resources or household items to carry out clean-up activities. If your group requires, litter picking toolkits will be provided on a first-come-first-serve basis request upon registering with us. Please contact us to arrange for a self-collection for your registered activities.
Items included inside a litter picking toolkit:
Litter picking tongs
Pocket guidelines for litter picking
3. Templates for publicity
As a ground-up initiative, organisers are strongly encouraged to design and produce their own publicity materials to rally participants. To help new supporters to kick start their activities, they may wish to download the following customizable banner templates for producing publicity materials (with PHC logo, photoshop working file) if you need.
Download here: Banner Template
(Available for download and use) A2 Poster Template
KCS (Available for download and use)
4. Briefing notes for Organisers (important)
To organise a mass coordinated clean-up efficiently, meaningfully and safely, we need all organisers to spend sufficient time to think, plan and implement their activities carefully. Organisers should download and read the briefing notes to prepare themselves before their activity in May. It includes some background, guidelines for
organisers, briefing for participants and reporting format after the activity.
Download here: Organiser Briefing Notes (Updated as at 10 April 2017)
5. Taiwan Study Trip Documentary
A short documentary called ‘I Care to Clean’ was also produced by the PHC to share the best practices observed in Taiwan. It also aims to issue a call of action to keep Singapore clean and rally the community to turn more shared community spaces into ‘Bright Spots’, where stakeholders take ownership of its cleanliness and lead by example to promote good social norms.
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/7ANVVBgJ44Y
Download full version here: 'I Care to Clean'