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Three organisations and institutions were recognised for their efforts in going green with this year's President's Award for the Environment.
SINGAPORE: Three organisations and institutions were recognised for their efforts in going green with this year's President's Award for the Environment.
Dunman High School, Fuhua Primary School and Siloso Beach Resort received their awards from President Tony Tan Keng Yam at the Singapore Environment and Water Awards ceremony on Tuesday evening.
Chairperson of the judging panel, Lee Bee Wah, said the three stood out from 32 nominations received because of innovative steps taken to drive green business and the high level of commitment in educating the young on environmental matters.
The award is into its eighth year and is the highest environmental accolade in Singapore.
Twelve other individuals and organisations were honoured for their achievements in the area of environmental and water resources sustainability at the joint awards presentation ceremony at Marina Barrage.