We Are A Civic Social Movement To Educate And Empower People Of Their Rights As A Citizen And Their Role In Society And Engage Them To Fulfill Their Responsibilities And Enrich The Society As A Whole.
People Need To Be Empowered To Work Together To Meet Their Needs Rather Than Relying Upon The State Or Commercial Establishments By Educating People Of The Rights As A Citizen And Their Responsibility As A Stakeholder In The Wellbeing Of Their Community And The Country.
We Will Assist The People To Exercise Their Rights And Engage In Meaningful Interactions With The Community To Create A Wholesome Environment For Themselves, For Others In Their Community, Neighborhood, For The Next Generation And Enrich Lives Of Every One.
We Create A Platform For The Public To Interact And Improve Lives.
We Are A Civic Social Movement To Educate & Empower People Of Their Rights As A Citizen, Their Role In Society And Engage Them To Fulfil Their Responsibilities And Enrich The Society As A Whole Creating A Platform For The Public To Interact And Improve Lives.
Change The Perceptions Of Litterers And Littering By Educating The Need For Cleanliness To Induce A Long-Term Change In Behaviour And Cleanliness Standards Leading To A Cleaner, And A More Beautiful Neighbourhood.
Donate Used Items And Give Them A Second Life By Recycling Them. Used / Unused Clothes, Items, Electronics, Toys, Sports Equipment, and Furniture. Recycling Will Save Water, Energy And Landfill Space.
Raise Awareness About The Need For Road Safety And Shaping The Attitudes And Behaviours Of Change Attitude To Boost Public Acceptance Of Road Safety Measures And Improve Driving Habits To Ensure Public Safety.
Educate The Need For Effective Usage Of The Limited Resources Available To Us And To Help Reduce The Carbon Footprint Of Our Daily Resource Consumption And Ingrain The Habit Of Recycling And Reusing.
Recycling is an important way for individuals and businesses to reduce the waste they generate and reduce the negative impact of that waste.
Because recycling is big business, every time you recycle you support the many companies and employees doing this important work.
So reduce, reuse, recycle and buy recycled-content products.
Your efforts benefit our natural world and our economy.
Give It Away, Don’t Throw It Away. We Accept Donations Of Wearable Clothing And Gently Used Household Items.
Common household products containing hazardous materials can pose a threat to people and the environment, especially when handled or disposed of improperly.
Whenever possible, buy the smallest amount of material needed to get the job done or use a less-hazardous alternative in place of the hazardous product.
If you can't use up a product, donate it to someone who can use it.
In many cases, even products that have been stored for a few years can still be safely used according to label directions.
In addition, some wastes such as used motor oils, solvents and car batteries can be regenerated or recycled.
Conserve Energy To Lower Your Utility Bills.
Please Consider Making A Donation Of Your: Unused Items, Items With Slight Imperfections, Wornout Items, Seasonal Items, Household Items.
Benefits To You: Saves On Storage, Waste Disposal Cost, Being An Environmental Leader, Donation Receipt Upon Request, Supporting Vital Community Service Programs.
The Support Of Your Donations Keep Us At The Front Line, Protecting Life, Land And The Environment. Help support and serve our Earth and everyone who shares it.
Don’t Throw Hazardous Materials In The Trash. Dispose Unused Paints, Pesticides, Chemicals, Batteries, And Other Hazardous Materials Through Safe Means.
Turn In Your Mercury Thermometer And Replace It With A Digital One.
Don’t Buy More Than You Need. Buy Smaller Packages Of Pesticides, Paints And Other Hazardous Materials So You Won’t Have To Dispose Of Leftovers.
Take A Canvas Bag To The Grocery And Re-Use It Each Time You Shop.
Use Both Sides Of The Paper. Set Your Copier To Make Double-Sided Copies And Substantially Reduce Your Paper Use.
Use Rechargeable Batteries. Batteries Contain Metals That Are Better Kept Out Of Landfills.
Oil-Based Paints Release Hydrocarbon Fumes.
Properly Maintained Vehicles Get Better Gas Mileage And Emit Fewer Pollutants.
Overfilling Your Gas Tank Causes Spills That Release Hydrocarbons And Other Toxic Chemicals Into The Air.
Don’t Burn Your Yard Waste As It Releases Mold Spores, Soot, And Other Contaminants That Aggravate Allergies And Cause Respiratory Problems.
Plant Trees. They Give Us Oxygen, Store Carbon, Stabilise The Soil And Give Life To The World's Wildlife.
Walk, Bike Or Use Mass-Transit Whenever You Can. Vehicle Traffic Is A Major Contributor To Smog.
Use Less Fertilizer On Your Lawn. When It Rains, Excess Fertilizer Runs Off Into Storm Sewers And Pollutes Streams.
Never Throw Away Waste Oil Or Leftover Lawn Chemicals.
Don’t Throw Away Trash In The Waterways.
Water Your Lawn In The Early Morning, When The Water Will Soak In And Not Evaporate In The Heat Of The Day.
Don’t Water More Than Once A Week, And Then Only If It Hasn't Rained. Established Lawns Need Only One Inch Of Water A Week.
Mulch Around Your Landscaping. A Three-Inch Layer Of Mulch Holds Moisture And Prevents Evaporation, Reducing The Need To Water.
Use A Bucket When You Wash The Car, Instead Of The Hose. Letting The Water Run While You Work Costs Money And Wastes Water. Only Use The Hose To Rinse.
Sweep Your Driveway And Sidewalk Instead Of Cleaning Them Up By Spraying With The Hose.
Don’t Do The Dishes Until You Have A Full Load.
Wash A Full Load Of Laundry. Run It Full, Or Adjust The Water Level To The Size Of Your Load.
Don’t Let The Water Run While You Shave Or Brush Your Teeth. Turn It On Only When You Need It.
Take A Shorter Shower. And Switch To A Low-Flow Shower Head.
Repair Leaky Faucets And Toilets. Install Faucet Aerators. You Can Cut Your Water Usage By Up To Six Percent.