Phnom Penh

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 SFD for Phnom Penh (Worldbank - WSP 2013)

Phnom Penh
Cambodia - Draft version available

The sanitation service in Phnom Penh (population of 1.6 million people) is poor. A sewer network serves a quarter of the city but all of the wastewater collected is discharged untreated to the local river network.  One hundred percent of the fecal waste generated in the city is reused/disposed of unsafely to the environment.

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