The waste and recycling industry is moving rapidly since the last decade, and it is on the verge of digital transformation.
How one man is making a difference in Battambang province with his recycling plant business
The UN Environment urged African states to promote recycling of e-waste.
Prince Djabea, 15, stamps on a plastic bottle as if squashing a cockroach, then using the heel of his other foot, flicks the bottle cap through the air with a pop.
Svay Rieng provincial authorities plan to build a factory that recycles plastic waste to make furniture with support from Japan.
Japanese Sanyo Parts will set up an auto part repair factory in the Kingdom.
Sathapana Bank announced on May 8 that it would roll out new cash recycling ATMs in branches and off- sites countrywide to bring a new level of express banking services to the customers.
Sathapana Bank announced on May 8 that it would roll out new cash recycling ATMs in branches and off- sites countrywide to bring a new level of express banking services to customers.
Phnom Penh is a city that is slowly sinking under the weight of its own waste.
In a city that’s slowly sinking underneath the weight of its own waste due to the lack of effective waste management and recycling mechanisms, Cambodians have displayed an incredible level of ingenuity when it comes to recycling and up-cycling waste materials.
Taking place at a cultural, historical, and heritage site filled with jungle-shrouded temples built during the reign of King Isanavarman I the 7th century.
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.
China’s already soaring plastic demand may rise even further as the government plans to ban waste-plastic imports.