A student of St Margaret College Senglea Primary affixes a magnet on the refrigerator of the school as another student waits for his turn. The magnets were funded by the HSBC Water Programme – Catch the Drop after the school won the grant for its proposal to create messages of water conservation on them. The artwork was conceptualised and created by a student of Senglea Primary and selected following an internal competition for the best slogan. Altogether, a total of 120 magnets were distributed to the students while another 120 water-tap aerators were received by parents and families of the students. The aerators are known to bring savings to the users by controlling the flow of tap water.
An official holds up the water-tap aerators as he explains the benefit of using them to make efficient use of water. A total of 120 water-tap aerators were distributed to families of students at the St Margaret College Senglea Primary under the HSBC Water Programme – Catch the Drop.