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EuroCham Breakfast Talk
October 26 @ 7:30 am - 10:00 am$15
The Importance of Waste Management
Understanding waste management is essential not only for the environment and the health of the population, but to ensure the sustainable development of Cambodia in the future.
To help you get inspired and gain a better understanding of the importance of waste management, EuroCham is hosting a special breakfast talk on the 26th of October at 07:30 at Topaz.
Our speaker, Mr Bunrith Seng, will provide expert insights on important topics regarding waste management in Phnom Penh including key players in the sector and technical information such as statistics and regulations surrounding ongoing waste management projects.
Alongside this, due to the popularity of the topic, Israel Rainer from Inros Lackner will be providing an overview of a second session at a later date. This second session will be focusing on in-depth waste management best practices and financing.
EuroCham will also like to use this Breakfast Talk to introduce the SA-AT Initiative – a clean city concept aiming to reduce waste/trash in the city of Phnom Penh that is proudly supported by EuroCham.
Don’t miss the chance to be part of this inspiring Breakfast Talk outlining the importance of waste management and how your business can contribute to the suitable development in Cambodia.
Mr Bunrith Seng is currently one of the best experts on Waste management in Cambodia with 10 years of experience advising, researching and teaching on the topic. He is currently a senior consultant at UNDP and a researcher, teaching Environment and Water Resource Management at ITC. Previously, he was also a consultant on various Waste Management Programs or initiatives for NEXUS, GIZ, ADB, SNV, World Health Organization (WHO), Asia Foundation and the GAEA (Global Action for Environment Awareness). His extensive experience includes as well a position of researcher and operations specialist in CINTRI, the sole waste§ collection company in Phnom Penh.
Cost: EuroCham members $15, non-members $25