Cleaning Up Sihanoukville

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Cleaning Up Sihanoukville

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There have been a number of reports lately about efforts made to clean up the city of Sihanoukville. Is this a direct effect of having a new governor ? If they are serious, there will have to be stricter regulations on building sites and waste disposal.

Cambodia Breaking News (Sihanoukville): On August 03, 2019, there was waterweed all over Ochheuteal Beach after the storm the day before, so Sihanoukville Authority went to clean up the beach. The authority said that the weeds had floated from the canal near Sokha Hotel.

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Re: Cleaning the Beaches

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Cambodia Breaking News (Sihanoukville): On August 05, 2019, Sihanoukville authorities used an excavator to clean up trash that blocked the canal in Sangkat 4, Sihanoukville.

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Re: Cleaning Up Sihanoukville

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Charging customers at supermarkets for the plastic bags they use has made a big impact on plastic bags being thrown away, now it's time to start charging customers a extra fee for using polystyrene containers if they dont bring their own plate. Lets include fork, spoon and chopsticks in that list.
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