CCTV surveillance stepped up to catch high-rise littering By Lian Cheong | Posted: 19 March 2013 2157 hrs SINGAPORE: CCTV surveillance has been stepped up to catch high-rise litterbugs in the act, said the National Environment Agency (NEA). Since January, ten people have been caught on camera committing such acts in areas such as Bedok, Bukit Panjang, Toa Payoh, Yishun, Punggol, Tampines and Woodlands. Offenders caught in the acts have been seen throwing bags of rubbish, waste paper and urine. On 5 September 2012, at about 9.52am, surveillance camera footage captured Ms Lim throwing a plastic bag filled with refuse out of the kitchen window of her flat in Edgefield Plains. She has since been prosecuted in court and fined S$950. Fellow residents had been plagued by her high-rise littering for almost a year. The block of flats was among the first to have surveillance cameras deployed. Residents said the littering situation has improved after the CCTVs were installed. - CNA/al Good move. I wonder what will happen if the highrise-litters hit white shirt? Fine more, or jail!!!