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Little Green Spark Continues Its Mission Within Various Sectors in Cambodia

May 27, 2024
Sarah Kolbenstetter (Founder, Zero-waste and Eco consultant at Little Green Spark) with Confluences Operation Team

Sarah Kolbenstetter is the founder of Little Green Spark and is a zero-waste and eco-consultant who has been a Confluences resident since April 2023.

Little Green Spark was formed in 2021 with the objective of contributing to the reduction and improved management of the waste generated by businesses and organisations operating in Cambodia. They offer coaching, auditing, and training services, serving clients from various sectors including service and manufacturing industries, NGOs, international organizations, and schools across the country.

Amongst their recent projects, Little Green Spark completed a series of training at Nagaworld (with 10 meetings over the past six months), they also collaborated with Comin Khmere on waste assessment at the new Phnom Penh airport development site as well as designing a waste management system to be implemented at all their construction sites.

Additionally, they also completed a project with GIZ to draft a recommendation paper for the Cambodian government on circularity in The Cambodia Garment, Footwear and Travel Goods (GFT) and created a training on the “Value chain and environment in the humanitarian sector” for the Bioforce Institute, commissioned by Deve Consult.

This past month alone, Sarah worked with Wildlife Alliance, where she conducted training of trainers for Dau Tu Saigon in Kratie Province (Cambodia), provided training for students at the Royal University of Law and Economics, and moderated a panel discussion for the Cambodian Restaurant Association (CRA) on “How restaurants can reduce, reuse and recycle their waste”

For further information about Little Green Spark, please reach out to Ms. Sarah Kolbenstetter via email at info@littlegreenspark.com or by telephone at (+855) 011 442 027.

Sarah Kolbenstetter with Students from the Royal University of Law and Economics

Little Green Spark Continues Its Mission Within Various Sectors in Cambodia

May 27, 2024
Sarah Kolbenstetter (Founder, Zero-waste and Eco consultant at Little Green Spark) with Confluences Operation Team

Sarah Kolbenstetter is the founder of Little Green Spark and is a zero-waste and eco-consultant who has been a Confluences resident since April 2023.

Little Green Spark was formed in 2021 with the objective of contributing to the reduction and improved management of the waste generated by businesses and organisations operating in Cambodia. They offer coaching, auditing, and training services, serving clients from various sectors including service and manufacturing industries, NGOs, international organizations, and schools across the country.

Amongst their recent projects, Little Green Spark completed a series of training at Nagaworld (with 10 meetings over the past six months), they also collaborated with Comin Khmere on waste assessment at the new Phnom Penh airport development site as well as designing a waste management system to be implemented at all their construction sites.

Additionally, they also completed a project with GIZ to draft a recommendation paper for the Cambodian government on circularity in The Cambodia Garment, Footwear and Travel Goods (GFT) and created a training on the “Value chain and environment in the humanitarian sector” for the Bioforce Institute, commissioned by Deve Consult.

This past month alone, Sarah worked with Wildlife Alliance, where she conducted training of trainers for Dau Tu Saigon in Kratie Province (Cambodia), provided training for students at the Royal University of Law and Economics, and moderated a panel discussion for the Cambodian Restaurant Association (CRA) on “How restaurants can reduce, reuse and recycle their waste”

For further information about Little Green Spark, please reach out to Ms. Sarah Kolbenstetter via email at info@littlegreenspark.com or by telephone at (+855) 011 442 027.

Sarah Kolbenstetter with Students from the Royal University of Law and Economics

Little Green Spark Continues Its Mission Within Various Sectors in Cambodia

May 27, 2024
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Sarah Kolbenstetter (Founder, Zero-waste and Eco consultant at Little Green Spark) with Confluences Operation Team

Sarah Kolbenstetter is the founder of Little Green Spark and is a zero-waste and eco-consultant who has been a Confluences resident since April 2023.

Little Green Spark was formed in 2021 with the objective of contributing to the reduction and improved management of the waste generated by businesses and organisations operating in Cambodia. They offer coaching, auditing, and training services, serving clients from various sectors including service and manufacturing industries, NGOs, international organizations, and schools across the country.

Amongst their recent projects, Little Green Spark completed a series of training at Nagaworld (with 10 meetings over the past six months), they also collaborated with Comin Khmere on waste assessment at the new Phnom Penh airport development site as well as designing a waste management system to be implemented at all their construction sites.

Additionally, they also completed a project with GIZ to draft a recommendation paper for the Cambodian government on circularity in The Cambodia Garment, Footwear and Travel Goods (GFT) and created a training on the “Value chain and environment in the humanitarian sector” for the Bioforce Institute, commissioned by Deve Consult.

This past month alone, Sarah worked with Wildlife Alliance, where she conducted training of trainers for Dau Tu Saigon in Kratie Province (Cambodia), provided training for students at the Royal University of Law and Economics, and moderated a panel discussion for the Cambodian Restaurant Association (CRA) on “How restaurants can reduce, reuse and recycle their waste”

For further information about Little Green Spark, please reach out to Ms. Sarah Kolbenstetter via email at info@littlegreenspark.com or by telephone at (+855) 011 442 027.

Sarah Kolbenstetter with Students from the Royal University of Law and Economics

Little Green Spark Continues Its Mission Within Various Sectors in Cambodia

May 27, 2024
Sarah Kolbenstetter (Founder, Zero-waste and Eco consultant at Little Green Spark) with Confluences Operation Team

Sarah Kolbenstetter is the founder of Little Green Spark and is a zero-waste and eco-consultant who has been a Confluences resident since April 2023.

Little Green Spark was formed in 2021 with the objective of contributing to the reduction and improved management of the waste generated by businesses and organisations operating in Cambodia. They offer coaching, auditing, and training services, serving clients from various sectors including service and manufacturing industries, NGOs, international organizations, and schools across the country.

Amongst their recent projects, Little Green Spark completed a series of training at Nagaworld (with 10 meetings over the past six months), they also collaborated with Comin Khmere on waste assessment at the new Phnom Penh airport development site as well as designing a waste management system to be implemented at all their construction sites.

Additionally, they also completed a project with GIZ to draft a recommendation paper for the Cambodian government on circularity in The Cambodia Garment, Footwear and Travel Goods (GFT) and created a training on the “Value chain and environment in the humanitarian sector” for the Bioforce Institute, commissioned by Deve Consult.

This past month alone, Sarah worked with Wildlife Alliance, where she conducted training of trainers for Dau Tu Saigon in Kratie Province (Cambodia), provided training for students at the Royal University of Law and Economics, and moderated a panel discussion for the Cambodian Restaurant Association (CRA) on “How restaurants can reduce, reuse and recycle their waste”

For further information about Little Green Spark, please reach out to Ms. Sarah Kolbenstetter via email at info@littlegreenspark.com or by telephone at (+855) 011 442 027.

Sarah Kolbenstetter with Students from the Royal University of Law and Economics

Little Green Spark Continues Its Mission Within Various Sectors in Cambodia

May 27, 2024
Summary
Sarah Kolbenstetter (Founder, Zero-waste and Eco consultant at Little Green Spark) with Confluences Operation Team

Sarah Kolbenstetter is the founder of Little Green Spark and is a zero-waste and eco-consultant who has been a Confluences resident since April 2023.

Little Green Spark was formed in 2021 with the objective of contributing to the reduction and improved management of the waste generated by businesses and organisations operating in Cambodia. They offer coaching, auditing, and training services, serving clients from various sectors including service and manufacturing industries, NGOs, international organizations, and schools across the country.

Amongst their recent projects, Little Green Spark completed a series of training at Nagaworld (with 10 meetings over the past six months), they also collaborated with Comin Khmere on waste assessment at the new Phnom Penh airport development site as well as designing a waste management system to be implemented at all their construction sites.

Additionally, they also completed a project with GIZ to draft a recommendation paper for the Cambodian government on circularity in The Cambodia Garment, Footwear and Travel Goods (GFT) and created a training on the “Value chain and environment in the humanitarian sector” for the Bioforce Institute, commissioned by Deve Consult.

This past month alone, Sarah worked with Wildlife Alliance, where she conducted training of trainers for Dau Tu Saigon in Kratie Province (Cambodia), provided training for students at the Royal University of Law and Economics, and moderated a panel discussion for the Cambodian Restaurant Association (CRA) on “How restaurants can reduce, reuse and recycle their waste”

For further information about Little Green Spark, please reach out to Ms. Sarah Kolbenstetter via email at info@littlegreenspark.com or by telephone at (+855) 011 442 027.

Sarah Kolbenstetter with Students from the Royal University of Law and Economics
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