Start Recycling at School
Recycling programmes are common in our schools (preschools, primary, secondary and tertiary levels), and they are usuallyÂ initiated by the National Environment Agency (NEA) or by the school administration.
Recycling bins and recyclables collection are usually provided by the public waste collectors who are in charge of collecting waste from the schools, or by recycling contractors. You can recycle at school using the recycling bins available.
If thereÂ is no recycling programme in your school, send a request to your school administration and ask them to increase awareness on recycling and install recycling bins. For more information on school recycling and support from NEA, call 1800-CALL NEA (1800-2255 632) or email Contact_NEA@nea.gov.sg.
Recycling at Preschools
Under the 3R Programme for Preschools, children in kindergartens and childcare centers can deposit their recyclables in recycling bins. NEA also provides awareness kits for teachers to introduce fun educational activities for the children to learn more about the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle).
Recycling at Primary and Secondary Schools
For primary and secondary schools, there is usually a Recycling Corner in each school where students can use the recycling bins and learn more about recycling through the educational materials placed there.
Recycling at Junior Colleges, ITEs, Polytechnics and Universities
For tertiary schools, there are usually several sets of recycling bins placed at strategic locations throughout the school or campus.
Image credit: Preschool 3R Awareness Kit â€“ Pictocards, National Environment Agency
Hi, I am trying to help my school become more environmental-friendly, do you know any groups, companies or organisations that can help us with not just waste products but waste utilities like Electricity and Water? Our school is a special School primarily operated by a voluntary welfare organisation. Thanks!
Hi, how many recycling bins are there in Nanyang technological university?
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