Food for... trash? Garbage cafes in Cambodia and India

Combining recycling and poverty alleviation

A Cambodian coffee shop owner runs a “Garbage Cafe”, a small wooden structure on the outskirts of Phnom Penh reinforced with walls made out of beer and plastic water bottles. If you'd like a cup of coffee, you can even pay with cash or trash.NBT word filmed the construction of the cafe in an impressive video: <link https: youtu.be rehfgnkqioq _blank inside a cambodian cafe built out of>


A small restaurant in the eastern city of Ambikapur in India will open beginning of August and provide hearty food to homeless and poor people and encourage citizens to collect plastic and keep their streets clean. More at about this at <link http: www.thisisplace.org i _blank external-link-new-window food for... first to offer meals for>place


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