THE drive by The Straits Times to get people to clear their dirty foodcourt trays appears to be gaining steam.
Cleaners at five Kopitiam outlets involved in the project said more diners are now returning their trays. Some have even become neater eaters.
Madam Yong Nyook Yin, a cleaner at Changi Airport's Terminal 3 foodcourt said dozens more people are clearing their own mess every day.The 68-year-old singled out the stewardesses from Singapore Airlines who have been actively returning their trays.
Over the last week, ST's Goodness Gracious Me! project has seen five Kopitiam outlets plastered with posters and stickers urging patrons to clear their trays. A 57-year-old cleaner at the Plaza Singapura outlet, said she has noticed an improvement since the push began last Saturday.One in three people are returning their trays now, she said, from virtually none previously.
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