Surin launched ‘Clean City makes People Happy’ cleaning project


SURIN, 4 November 2014 – The Surin province launched the city cleaning efforts today in compliance to the national cleaning agenda, ‘Clean City makes People Happy’ campaign.

The Director of the Surin Provincial Natural Resources and Environment Office, Niran Surasawadee said that Surin province’s city cleaning project will start today, in accordance with the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment’s ‘Clean City makes People Happy’ campaign.

The province is calling out to every sector for cooperation in managing the province’s waste products and to assist in keeping the community areas clean.

The main agenda later today is to remove water hyacinths and other unwanted water plants that obstruct water flow in Huai Tub Phon, which is the main drainage canal that prevents floods in the Surin municipality area.

Other than keeping a beautiful scenery, the director said cleaning this area will also improve the living conditions of the local population and the environment.

The ‘Clean City makes People Happy’ campaign is the tribute project to celebrate His Majesty the King’s 87th birthday on 5 December 2014. The campaign aims to create public discipline which will help in keeping the country clean. This cleaning campaign has been launched nationwide, starting today.