About WWS

Waterways Watch Society (WWS) is an environmental non-profit organization that was formed in 1998 with a mission to bring people together to protect our waterways.

WWS is a firm advocate of public education to promote individual responsibility and shared ownership of our water resources and environment. For this, we have established various programmes and strongly believe in forming sustainable partnerships with passionate individuals, schools, community groups, companies and government agencies.

WWS was presented with the inaugural Presidential Environment Award in 2006 and the Honorary Watermark Award from PUB in 2007. WWS is also represented in the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources Water Network Committee and has been recognized as an Institute of Public Character (IPC).


Our Mission



Waterways Watch Society is a special, independent volunteer group, bringing people together to love our waters and to inspire stewardship for our environment.

Goal 1: Aligning our beliefs

Zero waste belief and Zero carbon footprint belief

Goal 2: Our school programmes

To be the Number 1 provider for Environmental Education programmes and
100% students to go through environmental awareness programmes by 2020 (via WWS or other similar programmes)

Goal 3: Our corporate relationships

Having at least 2 repeat programmes with existing corporations till 2020 and Getting 20 new corporations per year till 2020

Three Core Principles – I.S.O.

INTERCONNECTIONS

Problems and solutions to water and environmental issues are inter-related so our efforts must be holistic and broad-based.

SUSTAINABILITY

: Our efforts must be geared towards long-term water and environmental goals that bring benefit to future generations.

OWNERSHIP

We must build a personal stake in water and environmental issues, only then will we be committed to improving our situation.

Our Members

Abhijit Partwarden
Benedict Tan
Tony Tan
Annie, Fariz, Kian Seng, Tun Phong, Joo Kek, Joe Low, Edward
Eddie, Muhammad Fariz bin Abdul Kader, Tan Yanping, Annie Young Giri, Mohammad Fauzy Bin Mos ,Ding Kian Seng
Muhammad Fariz bin Abdul Kader, Tan Yanping, Annie Young Giri, Mohammad Fauzy Bin Mos
Joe Low, Francis Ng
Deborah Sia, Joycelyn Tan
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Main Committee 2017 – 2019

CEO Eugene Heng
President Ivan Teo
Vice Chairperson Ng Shiang Nee
Secretary Tan Yanping
Treasurer Victoria Lee
Asst Treasurer Low Joo Kek

CEO Profile

Eugene Heng

Awarded the public service award- PBM (Pingat Bakti Masyarakat) for his work and today much recognised by various partners like PUB, NEA and NParks. Recipient of the 2014 individual President’s Award for the Environment. The Society under his leadership has also won many other awards including the very… Read more