Phnom Penh has been suffering from one of the worst waste problems in the region, and it is not unusual to run into piles of garbage in places all over the city. Yet, the issue is especially bad along the sewage canals in Boeung Trabek.
As the rubbish built up on the rubble of Mogadishu’s wrecked streets, Ahmed Abdullahi saw a business opportunity.
Officials inspect water treatment facilities after complaints that Sihanoukville’s rubbish is affecting water services.
As Pchum Ben approaches, the Environment Ministry reminds of keeping cities clean.
Super Sen has been turning rubbish into designer clothes and his work has caught the eye of large companies.
City Hall launches a rubbish-burning kiln constructed in Prek Pnov.
Vietnam on Saturday launched a national campaign on cleaning up the sea this year.
Myanmar-based social enterprise “Chu Chu” lets little go to waste as its staff turn discarded clothes into handy accessories.
Far Saly rose from the dumps to become a prominent labour rights activist.
Millions of tourists are drawn to Bali’s palm-fringed scenery and rich marine life.
Cintri pulled out of collecting trash in Sihanoukville, citing unsustainable losses.
Cambodia is slowly sinking under the weight of its own rubbish, and it isn’t hard to see the evidence on the streets.
A waste collection company cites unsustainable losses as reason for leaving.