According to the bank's documents, the proposed project aims to "create pilot cities throughout Cambodia that can demonstrate improved solid waste management performance adaptable and scalable to other cities in the country. The Project will support solid waste management policy and legislation as well as capacity development at the national level. The project will also support solid waste management policy, legislation as well as capacity development at the municipal level to better regulate and monitor the private sector waste collection companies, increasing the financial revenues from the solid waste sector to support cost recovery in the sector and increase monitoring, enforcement and citizen engagement and public awareness."
Katelijn Van den Berg, Andre A. Bald
Senior Environmental Specialist
Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA
H.E. HEM Vanndy, Under Secretary of State
Ministry of Public Works and Transport
Sopheak Phibal Chao, Director of Sewerage Management and Construction
Ministry of Environment
H.E. Sao Sopheap, Secretary of State
Ministry of Interior
H.E. Prak Samoeun, Director General
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