An old law will be enforced beginning next month in Bangkok. Bangkok residents are warned that they will be fined for littering in public. This order has just, recently, been issued by current Bangkok Governor Sukhumphan Boribhad as part of a campaign aimed at convincing people to do their part as well as to instill a good sense of environmental awareness.
Bangkok Governor Mr. Sukhumphan Boribhad recently led his crews to the Victory Monument’s Ratchadhevi district to label the sign board with “Littering in Public Banned’ in order to encourage the public to observe and follow the newly launched campaign by Bangkok’s administration.
Governor Boribhad said the campaign has been created for
Offenders will receive verbal warnings in this month. The city will begin serious enforcement on October 1, by using the 1992 Cleanliness and Orderliness Acts, which state that people caught littering face a fine of up to 2,000 baht.
The campaign is currently being piloted in the
“I have ordered all district administrations in
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