A video was shared on Facebook by a netizen who recorded the situation at a tray return station at a coffeeshop.
According to the video, the coffeeshop seen in the video is located at Block 823 in Tampines and it also states that the coffeeshop is newly opened.
The video also shows used utensils and cutleries filled and flooded to the brim at the tray return area, with a lot more strewn all over the floor and on a table meant for patrons dining just near the tray return area.
This comes after a post went viral about the tray return situation at Jurong Point’s Kopitiam, where the tray return station and the floor were similarly strewn and filled with used utensils and cutleries.
Compulsory to return trays after meals
It was made compulsory for users to return their trays after their meals from 1 Jan 2022 in food courts and hawkers.
Offenders who flout these rules would be given a written warning on the first offence and would be liable to a $300 composition fine if they are second time offenders.
Recalcitrant offenders may also be hauled up to court and fined.
Image & Video source: Phuaputi Phua/Facebook