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Simple Actions, Sustainable Future

Singapore’s National Water Agency PUB launched its annual “Make Every Drop Count” water conservation campaign on 8 March 2023, in conjunction with Singapore World Water Day (SWWD) celebrations in March. The campaign reinforces the centrality of responsible water use and management in the nation’s sustainability efforts, encouraging individuals and businesses to play their part to contribute to building a sustainable water future for Singapore.

With the theme “Simple Actions, Sustainable Future”, PUB’s water conservation campaign reminds everyone – individuals, the community and businesses – to rethink their water use and incorporate good water habits as part of sustainability. While using water wisely and responsibly may be simple actions, these collectively make a big difference to our environment and Singapore’s water security. These actions range from simple water-saving habits done daily at home, recycling and reusing water, to adopting water-efficient processes and equipment in our industries.

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Singapore World Water Day

Every year in the month of March, we celebrate Singapore World Water Day. Over 400 partners join us in galvanising the community to raise awareness and play a part for water sustainability. Find out more about how our partners were involved.

Initiatives

Community partners from corporates to grassroots organisations organised a myriad of educational activities, including waterway clean-ups, water sustainability talks, and storytelling sessions. These activities helped the public learn more about water conservation and appreciate our water resources.

Hong Kah North Youth Network rallied residents to clean up Jurong Lake while having a splashing good time.

My Story Treasury curated a water-themed storytelling and craft session.

White Sands organised an exhibition on Singapore’s Water Story. 

After a three-year hiatus, Water Rationing Exercises made a comeback in 2023! Over 100 schools participated to let students experience and adapt to water scarce situations. During the exercises, schools turned off their water supply at selected water points for a period of time. Through this, students gained an appreciation for Singapore’s reliable and sustainable water supply, and learned to not take water for granted.

SWWD

Telok Kurau Primary School

Skool4Kids @ Tampines GreenRidges

Kong Hwa School

Over 200 schools and organisations dedicated Wednesdays in March to promoting water conservation and sustainability. Participants were engaged in quizzes, workshops and other fun activities.

SWWD

Students from Tanjong Katong Girls’ School led primary school students from Kong Hwa School on a learning trail at Geylang River

PCF Sparkletots @ Teck Ghee Block 415 learnt about water conservation through various activities

Autodesk and JTC jointly-organised a talk on “Clean Water from Clean Energy” for One North community

Retailers also joined in the fun of championing a water-sustainable future by offering a month’s flow of Blue Deals. These included exclusive savings on water-efficient products and appliances in a bid to help make everyone a water-saver.

SWWD

Retailers offered promotions for water efficient appliances.

LiHO encouraged customers to pledge for water conservation.

59 prominent buildings and landmarks across the city lit up in blue as a display of solidarity for water sustainability. Watch how iconic spots lit up a dazzling sea of blue, spreading the water conservation message in perfect unison.

SWWD

Community partners from corporates to grassroots organisations organised a myriad of educational activities, including waterway clean-ups, water sustainability talks, and storytelling sessions. These activities helped the public learn more about water conservation and appreciate our water resources.

Hong Kah North Youth Network rallied residents to clean up Jurong Lake while having a splashing good time.

My Story Treasury curated a water-themed storytelling and craft session.

White Sands organised an exhibition on Singapore’s Water Story. 

After a three-year hiatus, Water Rationing Exercises made a comeback in 2023! Over 100 schools participated to let students experience and adapt to water scarce situations. During the exercises, schools turned off their water supply at selected water points for a period of time. Through this, students gained an appreciation for Singapore’s reliable and sustainable water supply, and learned to not take water for granted.

SWWD

Telok Kurau Primary School

Skool4Kids @ Tampines GreenRidges

Kong Hwa School

Over 200 schools and organisations dedicated Wednesdays in March to promoting water conservation and sustainability. Participants were engaged in quizzes, workshops and other fun activities.

SWWD

Students from Tanjong Katong Girls’ School led primary school students from Kong Hwa School on a learning trail at Geylang River

PCF Sparkletots @ Teck Ghee Block 415 learnt about water conservation through various activities

Autodesk and JTC jointly-organised a talk on “Clean Water from Clean Energy” for One North community

Retailers also joined in the fun of championing a water-sustainable future by offering a month’s flow of Blue Deals. These included exclusive savings on water-efficient products and appliances in a bid to help make everyone a water-saver.

SWWD

Retailers offered promotions for water efficient appliances.

LiHO encouraged customers to pledge for water conservation.

59 prominent buildings and landmarks across the city lit up in blue as a display of solidarity for water sustainability. Watch how iconic spots lit up a dazzling sea of blue, spreading the water conservation message in perfect unison.

SWWD

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Join us for Singapore World Water Day 2024

We are thankful to each and every partner with us on Singapore’s journey to a water-resilient future. If you share our effervescent spirit, come on board with us as a partner too! 

Join us by filling in this form!