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StarHub Bin Design Competition to raise awareness about e-waste in Singapore

Nurdianah Md Nur | Jan. 27, 2014
Prizes for the winning design and most popular design include an iPad Mini with Retina display and S$100 cash prize respectively.

StarHub Bin Design Competition
Credit to WeecylingSG

In an effort to raise awareness about the importance of recycling electronics amongst Singaporeans, Weecycling SG and StarHub has launched the StarHub Bin Design Competition.

Participants can submit their designs for e-waste collection bins to stand a chance of winning an iPad Mini with Retina display or a cash prize of S$100 (US$78). Designs, together with completed contest forms which can be downloaded here, should be sent to by 10 February 2014.

Winners of the competition will be announced at the "Let's Not Forget About E-waste" exhibition, which will be held from 20 to 23 February 2014 at Funan DigitaLife Mall.

The exhibition will display information on e-waste as well as e-waste recycling bins designed by local celebrities such as Bobby Tonelli from Class 95 and The Muttons (Justin Ang and Venon A) from 987FM. Sculptures made of e-waste will also be on display. Visitors are encouraged to take photos of them and upload them to Instagram with the hashtag #WEESNAP to stand a chance of winning prizes. 

Weecyling SG is a group comprising four students from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, who run the "Let's Not Forget About E-waste" campaign. The campaign aims to educate Singaporeans on electronic waste and encourage them to responsibly dispose their end-of-life electronics.

Weecycling SG website
Screenshot of Weecycling SG website. Credit to WeecylingSG.


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