The government is formulating a new policy on urban garbage collection.
The public is called to stop reposting old pictures of garbage at the Angkor Wat.
Ron Sophy’s dream sprang to life when a helping hand was offered by Scott Neeson, a Scottish-Australian man who is the Founder and Executive Director of the Cambodian Children’s Fund.
Public is called to dispose of garbage in accordance with City Hall’s timely manner.
Capital residents call for people to stop throwing garbage into drains.
We all surely had a great time on Khmer New Year. There were vibrant and loud celebrations everywhere in the country as we all got reunited with our loved ones and made the most of our well-deserved long holiday.
សាលារាជធានី ស្នើរពលរដ្ឋ កុំយកសំរាមមកដាក់នៅតាមដងផ្លូវសាធារណៈ នៅក្នុងអំំឡុងពេលបុណ្យចូលឆ្នាំខ្មែរ
រដ្ឋបាលរាជធានីភ្នំពេញ អំពាវនាវដល់ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋទាំងអស់ កុំបញ្ចេញសំរាមមកដាក់នៅតាមដងផ្លូវសាធារណៈ នៅក្នុងអំំឡុងពេលបុណ្យចូលឆ្នាំខ្មែរ ខណៈដែលកម្មកររបស់់ក្រុមហ៊ុនប្រមូលសំរាមស៊ិនទ្រី នឹងឈប់សម្រាករយៈពេល ៤ថ្ងៃ។
Soon, garbage sorting will no longer be an option but a requirement in China.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority fishes out over 45 tons of garbage.
Preah Sihanouk authorities distribute 30 garbage trucks in four communes.
Cintri has apologised to the public over the disruption of garbage collection since December 26.
Most people simply ignore garbage collectors or street cleaners, dismissing them as people paid for doing a dirty job; few realise these hard-working labourers are doing a vital job to help keep the city clean for low wages.
A 10-day environmental campaign will be launched on Dec. 10 to pick up garbage.
Environment Ministry launches a community garbage collection drive.
Most of us, if not all, hate waste. And waste recycling has been one of the most debated topics everywhere. Well, who wants to deal with waste in the first place?
Ministries of Environment and Tourism have reiterated calls for factories, restaurants and markets to properly handle waste disposal as the amount produced in the Kingdom continues to grow.
China has retrieved 8.5 tonnes of waste from Mount Everest since April as it clears garbage left by growing numbers of visitors.
Sihanoukville governor expresses his disappointment over garbage problem.
India’s white-marble Taj Mahal is turning yellow and green as the 17th century mausoleum weathers filthy air in the world’s eighth-most polluted city.
Aside from rich agriculture, Cambodia also boasts myriads of marine creatures in its rivers and seas. The giant catfish, for one, is a famous fish species in the Mekong basin.
Phnom Penh is a city that is slowly sinking under the weight of its own waste.
Residents of Prasat Bakong ask authorities to stop a waste management company from dumping garbage near their village.
Penalties will be levelled at whoever connect their drainage systems to the public system without proper authorisation.
As the city’s population has more than doubled since the turn of the millennium, the amount of waste the capital generates is quickly outpacing the city’s capacity to collect and process it.