Schools were encouraged to implement source separation of waste by broadening the types of recyclables to be recovered and setting up recycling bins in classrooms.
The 2006 Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Day collected waste electrical and electronic equipment for recycling.
The Lunar Year End Recycling Campaign 2006 encouraged residents to recycle their waste during the traditional spring clean out.
Promotional materials were distributed to participating housing estates.
A wide range of waste separation facilities for floor-based waste recovery was on display at the Forum on Source Separation of Domestic Waste, to educate participants about these facilities.
A briefing and sharing session on source separation of domestic waste was organised in November 2006 for the Environmental Protection Ambassador Scheme for Property Management 2006/2007.
sessions on source separation
of waste were held for other Government departments.
The EPD promoted the Programme to District Council sub-committees.
Talks were given to residents of participating housing estates.
Roving exhibitions were organised in various districts.
Game booths were set up to educate children about source separation of waste.
The Mobile Environmental Resource Centre promoted source separation of waste in visits to schools, housing estates and shopping centres.
The EPD promoted the Programme at the Eco Expo Asia¡VInternational Trade Fair on Environmental Protection 2006.
A Forum on Source Separation of Domestic Waste was held in May 2006 where property management companies and other stakeholders shared experiences.