Going Green doesn’t mean depriving yourself of the simple joys in life. It is not about sitting in the darkness to save energy, or not throwing anything out because you are feeling guilty about creating more trash.
You might remember that I had the chance to go to the OKU job fair this time last year. I’m happy to report that the three OKU employees we hired have managed to integrate perfectly into the working world, taking to their new roles with enthusiasm.
The phrase “Going Green” might sound intimidating to some, and it’s easy to understand why. In many cases, it is used to refer to large-scale, corporate effort to be more eco-friendly. Even so though, it can be quite easy for even a small household to go green.
It can be hard to go green; especially for a business, trust me! All the rules and regulations, changing equipment and office equipment- it costs a lot of money. Bu in the end, going green can save a company a lot in the long run, and keep our environment clean and healthy.
Typically, environmental education at school takes places through lectures, speeches and flyers. When SJK (C) Hu Yew Seah called to ask if Cycle Trend would like to partner with them in the school’s “A Student a Tree” project, I jumped at the opportunity to give those young minds a more practical lesson on the subject.
Last week, I received a call from Johnson Controls Inc (JCI) inviting Cycle Trend to participate in the OKU (“Orang Kurang Upaya”) Job Fair programme at Auto City. I was both honoured and embarrassed to have received the call – honoured, because it is a privilege...