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Website listing ‘green’ businesses launched

GIGO, A new “green” website and directory was launched last night at Brothers in Kings Roads Angkor, on the eve of Earth Day. The directory aims to create a listing of businesses that they have certified as being environmentally friendly.

GIGO (Green Industries Green Organisations) already claims 50 members, all based in Siem Reap, and plans to expand to Phnom Penh over the course of the next few months. Listings are free to businesses, subject to the certification process devised by GIGO themselves.

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