This week we had a total of 9 programmes (6 school programmes and 3 corporate programmes). We had 3 assembly talk sessions for Fernvale Primary School, Stamdford Primary School and Admiralty Primary School (Supported by MPA)
In addition, we conducted 2 Bike Waterway Clean-Up Programmes for Westwood Secondary School as well as St. Andrew Secondary School.
Also, we did a Corporate Social Responsibility Programme (Bike and Pedal Boat) with Diageo, a long-term support of our work and 2 Kayak Riverside Clean-up Programme for National Youth Council (NYC) and Buddhist Fellowship Group. In addition, we provided 4 safety boat services.
In total, we collected 31.52KG of litter from the clean-up programmes we have conducted.
This week, we had the support from 40 of our members, where 16 members supported for programmes. We had bicycle and boat patrols in our Marina Headquarter.
Kallang Bike Patrol’s Report
The team have highlighted the missing of life buoy opposite Block 26 along Rochor Canal (Photo as appended)
Kallang Boat Patrol’s Report
The river is relatively dirty, the team picked up a total of 20kg of trash from the water, mainly made up of plastic bags. Also, the team educated 5 fishermen during the patrol the location of the fishing zones as well as the use of artificial baits in our reservoir water.
In addition, the team spotted a dangling and chipped tile on the Jubilee Bridge (towards Merlion). We have notified PUB and they have promptly acknowledged and will follow up on this issue.
We also rescued a baby bird from the water near the ABC site (nearer to the temple)