Recycling GE14 campaign materials into bags and stuff

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  • Saturday, 19 May 2018

One of Biji-biji’s co-founders Norashahera Mertens (right) looks on as a banner is being converted into a useful item.

THE exciting 14th general election that occupied most conversations for more than a month is over and candidates from all parties have since then been given two weeks to remove bunting, banners and posters used during the campaigning period.

It seems wasteful to throw away these campaign materials as it cost quite a bit to print them and the bulk of waste will only burden our already strained landfills.

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