In the “Turning Hot Spots to Bright Spots” programme, the Public Hygiene Council identifies littering “Hot Spots” and works with the community to convert them into role model “Bright Spots”. The Public Hygiene Council organises clean-ups of these spots which residents can participate in. It allows them to take ownership of its cleanliness, keep them clean and help to educate and encourage good practices amongst the community. Being clean and green has long been an important value that Singaporeans take pride in. However, government efforts alone are not sufficient to maintain Singapore’s reputation as a clean city. Communities are invited to initiate and improve the cleanliness and hygiene conditions of their shared spaces and turn them into ‘Bright Spots’.