Jun 11, 2013

of 'cut number of cleaners' to keep singapore clean

It is a suggestion that sounds perverse: keeping Singapore clean by cutting the number of cleaners here and cleaning up after Singaporeans less regularly. But the head of the Keep Singapore Clean Movement Liak Teng Lit is convinced that this is what needs to done to make people think twice before they litter or leave a mess in public areas.

"We rely too much on cleaners. It is because they are cleaning so much that people don't even feel it when they litter."

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