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Every year, the Public Hygiene Council (PHC) holds our flagship initiative, the Keep Singapore Clean (KSC) campaign, to raise awareness on the problem of littering and to rally Singapore residents to uphold higher standards of hygiene and cleanliness in their everyday lives.

The PHC has been working with the community, students, youths and young families to encourage them to do their part for a clean environment. They could contribute in many ways, such as always binning their trash responsibly, leaving a clean table for the next diner, and keeping the public toilets clean.

The KSC event will kickstart a month-long clean-up campaign from Sunday, 28 April 2024 to Sunday, 2 June 2024. We strongly encourage the community and corporate organisations to conduct clean-ups during this time, to demonstrate their collective efforts in keeping Singapore clean.

Please refer to our YouTube channel and follow us on Social Media at @KeepSGClean on TikTok Facebook and Instagram for regular updates.

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Month-Long Community Activation


What better way to show support for a clean Singapore than taking action to keep it clean? We encourage residents/public to organise litter-picking activities at your estates, recreational beaches or parks. 

Click here to take action for a clean Singapore!

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Frequently Asked Questions


Everyone. The Public Hygiene Council (PHC) has extended invitation to our supporters and partners of the KSC partners (i.e. schools, communities and organisations) to identify a location and lead activities in the month of KSC. Public members are welcomed to organise or participate in any activities to show their support for KSC.

Organisers may identify and target any shared community places such as residential estates, schools, parks, hawker centres and etc., to conduct the clean-up activities. 

Organisers are welcome to conduct their activities on any day from 28 April to 2 June.

Keeping Singapore Clean is a lifetime commitment and not just a one-day effort. We welcome groups and individuals to initiate their own programmes to encourage and educate good practices at shared community spaces. Through such sustained efforts, communities will take greater ownership to improve the cleanliness and hygiene conditions of these public spaces.

If you have any questions regarding Keep Singapore Clean, feel free to email us at [email protected].