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First Recycling Food Exchange Activity bags in 767.9kg of Recyclables

19 April 2009

Recycling Exchange IniTiative

Recycling Exchange IniTiative

Eunos Zone ‘3’ Residents did their part in creating a greener Singapore by bringing in an astounding 767.9 kg worth of recyclables. They had gathered at the Eunos Zone ‘3’ RC Centre for the inaugural recycling food exchange activity, organised by the RC and in partnership with a recycling company.

One by one, the residents watched on as the recycling company staff weighed their contributions. They were rewarded with food items ranging from canned food, instant noodles to rice packets.

To encourage our residents to come forward and recycle, this website would keep a record of the total thrash recycled (in kg) at the left column.

Together, in our small ways, we can bring about a greener home for all of us 🙂

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