Got a question?

The answers to your questions and others are here:

Do PFC recycle?
PFC don’t recycle but we can help you reduce your consumption through our consulting and education programs.

Where can I take my plastic bags?
Please contact Rehash Trash.

Where do I get the biodegradable cassava bags?
Please order online at Cleanbodia.com.

Where can I refill my drink bottle?
The Refill Not Landfill program have an interactive map on their website. They also sell bottles in bulk for businesses.

Want to volunteer?
Volunteer positions are advertised on Idealist. Please visit the DIY page for ideas of actions you can take by yourself or join our ambassador program.

Doing a research assignment?
Please start here, unfortunately we don’t have time to respond to each individual request so we do our best to provide information here on the site to get you started on your research. Please read it.

Who created this campaign?
The PFJ campaign (Plastic Free July) was created in 2011 in Australia. PFC in Cambodia was started by Sarah Rhodes in Siem Reap in 2015. Since then, we have been running education workshops, joining environmental awareness events, speaking at conferences and are now doing consultations with organisations and businesses throughout Southeast Asia.

What does this campaign do?
The PFC aims to educate and motivate for less plastic consumption. We do consulting and education about reducing use of plastic, to help with waste management, about climate change, environment, health and ecosystems. We are actively involved in, and host, important initiatives and events in communities across Cambodia.

Why did you start PFC?
Because PFC helps people in Cambodia and Southeast Asia learn about our amazing planet and environment and know about plastic and its danger to our health and environment. Globally plastic over-consumption has become a critical problem, we want to be involved in the solution.

When did you start this program?
PFC started in 2015 in Cambodia. We’ve now worked throughout the Southeast Asia region.

How did you start PFC?
To begin with we ran only the PFJ campaign, then due to demand, we began organising education and training, creating awareness and action and providing consultation and advice.

PFC aims to be 100% self-funded within the next couple of years. As a professional start-up, we still need investors and sponsors to accelerate the program in order to reach this goal. Every customer of PFC 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 in tackling the over consumption of plastic. We rely on the support of businesses and charitable organisations to make this important work happen. Therefore we don’t offer discounts or free workshops at this time.

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