2019 Participants ( 21 Pledges )

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APSN Delta Senior School

APSN Delta Senior School

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.

Cherie Hearts Kidz Campus @Pasir Ris Elias Mall

Cherie Hearts Kidz Campus @Pasir Ris Elias Mall

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

Dulwich College (Singapore)

Dulwich College (Singapore)

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.

Elias Park Primary School

Elias Park Primary School

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

Fernvale Gardens School

Fernvale Gardens School

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.

Global Indian International School, East Coast Campus

Global Indian International School, East Coast Campus

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

Global Indian International School, Mountbatten Campus

Global Indian International School, Mountbatten Campus

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

ITE College East

ITE College East

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

Kheng Cheng School

Kheng Cheng School

Pledge to:
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.

Kidz Treehouse Nature Campus

Kidz Treehouse Nature Campus

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

London School of Business and Finance

London School of Business and Finance

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.

Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

PCF SPARKLETOTS PRESCHOOL @ QUEENSTOWN BLK 365 (CC)

PCF SPARKLETOTS PRESCHOOL @ QUEENSTOWN BLK 365 (CC)

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school

PCF Sparkletots Preschool @ Sembawang Blk 789

PCF Sparkletots Preschool @ Sembawang Blk 789

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

PCF SPARKLETOTS PRESCHOOL@BEDOK

PCF SPARKLETOTS PRESCHOOL@BEDOK

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

Queenstown Primary School

Queenstown Primary School

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Choose renewable energy sources by switching to company that provides renewable energy. If your organisation is REIT or involved real estates or building construction, consider installing solar panels at the buildings
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes

Radin Mas Primary School

Radin Mas Primary School

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.

Republic Polytechnic

Republic Polytechnic

Pledge to:
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.

School of Interdisciplinary Studies (Ngee Ann Polytechnic)

School of Interdisciplinary Studies (Ngee Ann Polytechnic)

Pledge to:
  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Purchase paper and envelop made of recycled paper material.

St Margaret Secondary School

St Margaret Secondary School

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.

UWCSEA

UWCSEA

Pledge to:
  • Include 'switching off lights during lunch hour' into your staff office protocol
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Use energy saving light bulbs in the school.
  • Switch to LED lights
  • Set up recycling bins in school
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Set up recycling bins in school and have an efficient signage for the recycling bins
  • Compost food waste
  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up Environmental Committee and actively involve in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students for hands-on environmental activities such as pick up litters and manage waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Organize annual environmental activities, such as tree planting and beach clean up.
  • Encourage students and staff to reduce food wastage
  • Use both sides of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use permanent cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice 'No Plastic Bag' at school bookshop to make it a protocol for student to bring their own recycling bag when purchase bulk items
  • Encourage students to walk, cycle or take bus to school.
  • Use refillable dry erase markers to reduce the amount of plastic waste.
  • Consider purchasing equipment from companies who run end-of-life takeback schemes