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Cintri routes expand

A WASTE-management official said Wednesday that the garbage collection company Cintri has begun collecting rubbish in four communes on the outskirts of Phnom Penh.

Cintri, a subsidiary of the Canadian firm Cintec, has operated in the city for seven years, mainly in central Phnom Penh.

Sao Kun Chhon, director of Phnom Penh Waste Management, said Cintri on Tuesday began collecting garbage in Russey Keo district's Tuol Sangke and Chroy Changvar communes, Phnom Penh Thmei commune in Sen Sok district and Chhbar Ampov I commune in Meanchey district.

Collection in these areas was previously done by the municipality with assistance from the Japan International Cooperation Agency, Sao Kun Chhon said.

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