Public Hygiene Council

Keeping Singapore Clean

Resources

PHC develops exciting new projects that responsible individuals and organisations can adopt to generate positive change for our environment and community.

As much as possible, we put our ears, hands and feet on the ground to listen to social conversations to generate solutions that meet real needs and in the most relevant and meaningful manner.

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Self-Help Resources

'CleanPods'

On the yearly average, we spend about 1200 hours to coordinate 400 over clean-ups at recreational beaches. With the increased frequency of periodic clean-ups, more tools and materials are purchased by the community by for activities. These new tools and materials are often under-utilised, with an average of only 1 to 2 hours of utility before being store away or disposed of.

Find out how PHC aims to help create a more sustainable way to support clean-ups with ‘CleanPods’.

    

Instructional Video

First time initiating a clean-up for your community, school or company?
Watch and learn how to organise a clean-up in less than 120 seconds!


KeeprBag

It is a handy, and great for picking up or keeping trash before disposal. 
Support us and make your own KeeprBag

Create Cleaner Events

Playbook 

Worrying about how a badly-littered event can tarnish your organisation’s image? How can you get event-goers to pick up after themselves and dispose of waste appropriately? Is your company environmentally and socially responsible? Find out how PHC works with partners and the public to keep events in Singapore clean. 

Educational Materials

For Parents (Pre-Schoolers)

How to raise socially responsible kids? Learn more at Talks for parents of pre-schoolers
More details coming soon!

 
For Schools (Outreach)

Partnering with Ministry of Education on youth programmes to keep Singapore clean
More details coming soon!


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