Pollution and waste

Electronic waste

Ecobatt, environment ministry tackle e-waste

In a joint effort between the Ministry of Environment and Ecobatt Energy Investment International (Ecobatt), over 30 tonnes of electronic waste, including used cell batteries and electrical equipment, were collected between August 2022 and October 2023. ...

Post Staff

Environment ministry set to trial e-waste collection

The Ministry of Environment is partnering with a private company to organise the safe collection of electrical waste, or e-waste. The new project comes as the ministry’s pilot battery collection scheme reaches the one year mark. Battery disposal bins have been placed in gas stations, ...

Lay Samean

Environment Ministry advises people to stop using used electronics

The remarks were made during a conference on Improving Energy Efficiently in Cambodia: A Crucial Step Towards Sustainable Growth, which was hosted by the National Council of Sustainable Development, the Swedish government and the Cambodia Climate Change Alliance (CCCA). ...

Soth Koemsoeun

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