After Many Months, Many Lines Up (3 of 3)

In a nutshell, the relevant people can actually take many meaningful steps to try to reach to the point where no stone will be left unturned. Everyone seems to be just good at using the mouth to echo the tone of environmental awareness, and adopting one-step forward, two-steps back mentality towards a sustainable, clean and green environment in Singapore.

    • Government can play a more positive and proactive part to promote a clean and green environment.
    • Government can give green tax rebate to companies which take extra green effort in corporate social responsibility.
    • Government can present and recognize TC and residents’ extra green effort in TC Management Report.
    • Government can give small green S&CC rebate (every quarterly?) to household, using TC report as a gauge.
    • NEA has put in place various awareness programmes and schemes to promote a sustainable environment.
    • The unwanted junk mails can easily fill up one plastic bag in a week (per HDB block), and can fill up at least one A4 paper carton box in the recycling bin (for every 3 HDB blocks).
    • It will not be sustainable to have the huge junk mails taking up extra spaces in landfills, and continue to be buried together with disposed waste.
    • Hopefully everybody can commit and work together towards a sustainable, clean and green environment.

Hands-On Green Matters

[ Photos taken by Nokia X3-02 Phone, M1 $0 Phone Deal ]


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