"Vandana, who is also known as Ms. Happy to the children, has been supporting and working with GSCKG to educate the children in saving the environment, our Mother Earth. She is friendly, patient, resourceful and willing to share information. The children are always looking forward to meet her to do hands-on activities using recycled materials as well as listening to interesting stories." - Good Shepherd Convent Kindergarten.
"Project Clean Up in Pasir Ris beach with Ms. Happy gets the children in touch with nature, challenging them to recycle and reduce litter, identifying the difference between both. This excites and inspires them to care for the world today. We made craft pieces from nature which enhanced children's imagination and curiosity. We look forward to more such activities." - Sri Sathya Sai Kindergarten.
The Right ways to Recycle -
A food container that has been smeared with food or grease is not recyclable. For example, dirty napkins and disposable containers should be put in waste bins. Food residue encourages growth of bacteria and mould in the recycling bin centres, thus attracting houseflies. This leads to rejection of recyclables by the manufacturers.
Empty drinking cans, cups and bottles before recycling them.