Tray Return standees ‘decorated’ with used entry stickers, NEA asks public to discard stickers at designated boards - The Independent Singapore News

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One standee had so many stickers that the reminder to return trays and crockery was completely covered.

Tray Return standees ‘decorated’ with used entry stickers, NEA asks public to discard stickers at designated boards - The Independent Singapore News

One standee had so many stickers that the reminder to return trays and crockery was completely covered.

- Advertisement -Singapore – Tray Return standees were spotted defaced with used entry stickers, prompting a call from authorities for members of the public to discard them properly.“Spotted at some hawker centres: the Tray Return standees sporting some extra ‘decorations,’” wrote Facebook page

Clean and Green Singapore(CGS).CGS is a campaign started by the National Environment Agency (NEA) to inspire Singaporeans to care for and protect common spaces and the environment by adopting a clean, green and sustainable lifestyle.In its post, CGS included photos of the standees. One had so many stickers that the reminder to return trays and crockery was completely covered.

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Please do not paste your used entry stickers on standees in the hawker centre, says NEANot nice. Then don't put up those standees la. Go sort out those eateries that have piling plates and bowls unwashed. Dumbarse. Who put that stickers on his d 💀 Then either dun do stickers or do away with Safeentry/Tracetogether completely.

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Hana O - Advertisement - Singapore – Tray Return standees were spotted defaced with used entry stickers, prompting a call from authorities for members of the public to discard them properly.Facebook post on Jan.Here’s a summary of the points the authors made.Hana O - Advertisement - Singapore – While at Siloso Beach, two sisters noticed a man walking past them repeatedly, “giving off a weird vibe.

“Spotted at some hawker centres: the Tray Return standees sporting some extra ‘decorations,’” wrote Facebook page Clean and Green Singapore (CGS). CGS is a campaign started by the National Environment Agency (NEA) to inspire Singaporeans to care for and protect common spaces and the environment by adopting a clean, green and sustainable lifestyle. The Clean & Green Singapore campaign is currently administered by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and typically shares environmentally-friendly posts, to"inspire Singaporeans to care for and protect our living environment". In its post, CGS included photos of the standees. The study’s results are similar to the perspective of CNN’s Dr Sanjay Gupta, who said that the are houses of worship, hotels, bars, cafés, and restaurants. One had so many stickers that the reminder to return trays and crockery was completely covered. Via Clean & Green Singapore Facebook Via Clean & Green Singapore Facebook Since , clearing one's dirty trays & crockery at Singapore hawker centres has been made mandatory for all diners. - Advertisement 1- Photo: Clean & Green Singapore Photo: Clean & Green Singapore Following the incident, CGS called on the public to avoid using the standees for such purposes. - Advertisement 1- In the attached video, one of the women was holding the man’s phone while he tried to take it back.

“We would like to seek patrons’ cooperation to paste their used entry stickers onto the boards provided instead of the standees,” said CGS. Under the VDS, checks for vaccination status are conducted at entry points to the hawker centre, and fully vaccinated or eligible persons are given a sticker to identify them for dining in. S11 Dormitory had 797 cases, while Sungei Tengah Lodge had 279. “Not only are the defaced standees unsightly, much time and effort are needed to repair the defaced standees. Thank you!” Members from the online community wondered if the stickers should stop being issued instead. 20 Facebook post, Clean & Green Singapore referenced these stickers, and urged patrons' to refrain from pasting their used entry stickers onto the tray return standees. - Advertisement 2- “The stickers are just such a waste and a display of lack of civic-mindedness,” said a netizen, while another noted the problem would be solved if the stickers weren’t issued to begin with. The list of clusters also includes a number of churches, a gym, a school, a McDonald’s outlet, among others. “If we are so focused on clean and green and recycling, why are we wasting so much paper on the stickers?” a netizen asked. It added:"Not only are the defaced standees unsightly, much time and effort are also needed to repair the defaced standees. Photo: Twitter screengrab/@tigerc00chie “I then proceeded to call out to him and asked if he was taking pics of us, but he ignored my first few sentences until he decided to turn around and say, ‘are you talking to me?’ That’s when I walked up to him and asked him to show me his gallery,” said the Twitter user in the caption.

This is not the first time entry stickers were discarded incorrectly. The stickers were found on the rubber handle of an escalator at Water Point in September last year. Via Clean and Green Singapore Facebook comment section Others pointed out that they had seen the stickers pasted onto other objects as well, such as dustbins and even staircases. “The poor cleaners (often old aunties and uncles) will have much difficulties getting it off,” said the concerned individual who spotted inconsiderate practice. - Advertisement 3- He noted that there was a designated board right outside the food court for the stickers, or they could be dumped properly in the rubbish bin. Via Clean and Green Singapore Facebook comment section Via Clean and Green Singapore Facebook comment section Follow and listen to our podcast here Top images via Clean & Green Singapore Facebook If you like what you read, follow us on./TISG Read related: . When questioned why he took pics of us, he even confessed he was gonna share the pics with his friends.