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$50k boost for ST School Pocket Money Fund

06 Dec 2018 09:00

HP Singapore managing director Lionel Chng (left) presenting the mock cheque to Mr Warren Fernandez, editor-in-chief of Singapore Press Holdings' English/Malay/Tamil Media Group and editor of The Straits Times, yesterday.

By Zakkiethunnisa Ziawdeen

A year-long campaign to turn e-trash into cash has resulted in organisers collecting more than four times the amount they had hoped for in used electronic devices.

The HP Make IT Green Campaign, which kicked off in January, had set a goal of collecting 50 tonnes in used personal computers, laptops and display monitors at six community centres and 24 schools here.

So far, more than 200 tonnes of e-waste have been collected for the campaign, which will run till the end of this month.

With funds raised from selling refurbished devices, HP donated $50,000 to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund.


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Winners of the competition run as part of the HP Make IT Green campaign, for students to design a Mech Robot using components from used devices: (from far left) Jurong Secondary School's Nor Nadhirah RahimieK, Republic Polytechnic's Lau Jia Xuan and a representative of Aadithya Aryatej were presented with replicas of their winning designs as trophies at SPH News Centre yesterday. PHOTOS: SYAMIL SAPARI FOR THE STRAITS TIMES

Source: Straits Times
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