RAS has been actively engaging with the various communities to promote the cleanliness of public toilets. RAS is one of the strategic partners in National Campaigns & Community Events - RAS has been invited to be part of national campaigns like the World Toilet Day and the Clean & Green Week , which is now the Clean & Green Singapore. It is also involved with various agencies, for example, NEA's Clean & Sparkling Toilets poster campaign; various community development councils etc.
RAS also encourages the public to voice their opinions about the cleanliness of public toilets via SMS or email.
Latest Community Events
Singapore World Water Day (WWD) 2013
After its maiden participation at the WWD last year, RAS was invited again by the
PUB to reach out to visitors at the Marina Barrage on 16th March. Apart from inviting visitors to take our survey,
visitors also had fun playing our interactive
LOO (Let's Observe Ourselves) Whiz Facebook game to experience
the demanding work of restroom cleaning. Our partner Tav Shield was also present to demonstrate to visitors its coating technology that created a thin protective film enabling surfaces to be cleaned easily.
The WWD is held internationally on 22 March every year as a means of focusing attention on the importance of water and advocating for the sustainable management of water resources. PUB commemorated its first WWD in 2009 and this year, island-wide activities was held with the anchor event at Marina Barrage, accompanied by satellite activities at five major Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters (ABC Waters) sites and partners' adopted water bodies.
River Valley High School's Service and Citizenship Society's Learning Festival
For the second consecutive year, RAS was an invited participant of River Valley High School's Service and
Citizenship Society's Learning Festival. RAS was given the opportunity to once again showcase its school
programme projects that complement the Ministry of Education's new Values In Action initiative. Along with
other community partners like Waterways Watch Society, RAS introduced a series of possible volunteering
opportunities for interested students to partake in.
The student body of River Valley High came down to the exhibition booths at staggered intervals to view the
exhibits and gain more information about our outreach initiatives. RAS was once again pleased to see the
interest shown by the students as the students asked very pertinent questions and pledged to keep their
school washrooms clean. Aside from our projects and our
LOO (Let's Observe Ourselves) Connect feedback portal,
many students were also given a demonstration of our
LOO (Let's Observe Ourselves) Whiz
Facebook game and agreed that it was a good way to empathise with their school cleaners. RAS looks forward to more of such school events in the near future.