PARTNERING NUS ENVIRONMENT GROUP - ‘GREEN WARDROBE’

Steering Singapore towards zero-waste nation! 4 green wardrobes in campus to encourage students to recycle their unwanted textiles.

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/nus-environment-group-launches-green-wardrobe-initiative-to-collect-old-clothes


recycling project with K2 students @ newton kindergarten

A fun-filled day with the K2 smarties! 

- classroom sharing session on 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle)

- educational games on recycling

- textile recycleables collection


Textile Drive @ NUS Kent Ridge Hall & Sheares Hall

Our young green warriors actively organizing recycling events...👍


Our way of celebrating Earth Day

..playing recycling games with kids
..enjoying the fresh produce from farmers market
..recycling textiles

Special thanks to
- EtonHouse International Pre-school Claymore
- EtonHouse Pre-school Vanda
- EtonHouse ZhongHua


Green Technology Exhibition @ Nexus International School

Impressive Green innovation by the Grade 9! Such as
- Miniature hydroponic gardening systems
- Bicycle energy generator
- Eco-friendly house make of plastic bottles

We are happy to be part of this event, exchanging ideals with the future green warriors! 😁


TEXTILE RECYCLING DRIVE @ aNDERSON SEC SCHOOL

Together with the school's Green Club, we organized a textile drive during the national Girl Guide event. Many schools participated to showcase different ways of recycling as well! Here's a few:

  • Using t-shirt to make bag - by Anderson Sec school

  • Using magazine & straw to make pin-wheel craft - by St. Nicolas Girls' School (SNGS)

  • Using mineral water bottle to make piggy bank - by Singapore Chinese Girls School (SCGS)

  • Using plastic bag to make flower - Endeavour Primary School


SUPPORTING STUDENTS IN PROJECTS / RESEARCH WORK

  1. ACJC - project to investigate issues of textile waste in Singapore

  2. Ngee Ann Polytechnic - project aims to inculcate environmental-friendly habits among children aged 4-6 years old

  3. NUS - an honours project on Textile Waste Management in Singapore

  4. SJI - participating in Youth Innovation Challenge organised by Singapore Management University - to improve recycling rate in SG

  5. Hwa Chong Institution - project work to improve textile recycling in SG and promote awareness of the harmful impacts of fast fashion