PFSEA is a social impact business, started in Siem Reap Cambodia in 2015. Founded and run by Sarah Rhodes, an Australia, who lives part time between Siem Reap, Cambodia and Sydney, Australia.

PFSEA focusses on stopping plastic pollution at the source – every piece of plastic that isn’t used to begin with has less impact on our ailing environment. Via online programs and in person workshops and consultations we address the issues around plastic consumption, pollution and solutions.

PFSEA is a business. Our impact is for social benefit however we strongly believe in sustainability at all levels. Every customer and supporter of PFSEA is helping us to reach sustainability so we can continue to work on green solutions for a healthy future.

We design and deliver important initiatives to increase awareness and encourage tackling the over consumption of plastic.

You can get involved by supporting one of our existing campaigns, such as the Plastic Free July Challenge or the PFSEA Plastic Fighter’s program.

You can read the full story of how PFC began on our blog.

Listen to Sarah on the following podcasts:
Sustainable Nation
Low Tox Life
Wanderlusters Mind
Business with Purpose

Sarah Rhodes

Sarah Rhodes


Sarah is Australian and has lived in Cambodia since 2014. She wears many hats at PFSEA and is the entrepreneur behind the concepts and programs. She’s adamant that perfect shouldn’t get in the way of good, that support and encouragement are the way to people embracing results and that PFSEA can make a difference in the world. Sarah works in various countries in Southeast Asia and her home country, Australia. As of October 2019 she is based in Sydney and spends around 4 months each year in SEA.

A little help…

The following amazing individuals are casual staff or contractors of PFSEA, whilst their roles are generally fulfilled alongside work or study, they are a very important part of the team.

Kim Knorr

Kim Knorr

Workshop facilitator and Environment Leader (casual)

Kim Knorr is from Germany and lives in Battambang, Cambodia, where she is a school teacher. When she does work for PFSEA she facilitates workshops, sometimes in different languages! She also sells PFC merchandise, and rallies the community to do more! She is one of our most dedicated and long standing ambassadors. If you’re visiting Battambang chances are you’ll see her with her two dogs in the motorbike side car going around town to fulfil her educator and PFSEA duties.

Sai Huntly

Sai Huntly

Workshop Facilitator (casual)

Sai Huntly is PFSEA’s workshop facilitator in Siem Reap, he’s committed to delivering the best he can and is creating change through the monthly workshop program by really engaging the audience and bringing them on the journey of plastic-free living. He’s an inspiration to many and wise beyond his years. He works full time at NGO Feeding Dreams, assistant to the volunteer manager, and is also studying. He brings great energy, Sai is a great representative in Siem Reap.

Jennifer Joslin

Jennifer Joslin

PR and Facebook Manager (part time)

Jen helps out with PR and Marketing for PFSEA. She has been living in Asia since 2011 and has lived in China, Cambodia, Thailand and now Malaysia. She is a teacher and a travel blogger focusing on sustainability, expat life, and travel in Asia. She is passionate about helping businesses and individuals reduce their plastic output. She’s also the mastermind behind our Facebook page!

Chenda Yen

Chenda Yen

Senior Workshop Facilitator (casual)

Chenda has vast experience working across a number of critical areas such as wildlife conservation, women’s empowerment and children’s rights in project management roles. She is an accomplished group facilitator and exceptional communicator. Chenda is an experienced educator, with experience both in person and via media messaging. As well as her contributions to PFC, she co-owns a small socially minded secondhand store called Clothesline Resale Boutique and plays a lead role in the Girl Guides of Cambodia as a lifelong member. She has travelled extensively and worked closely with fellow Cambodians and many foreign expats and visitors, making her capable of sharing this important environmental message with various groups.


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Naga Earth logo
Fundriding Kleine Hilfsaktion logo partner of PFC
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New Leaf logo
Impact Hub logo
Eleven One Kitchen logo


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