Cambodia has country-wide waste management laws (it introduced for instance a decree on waste management in 2015 that penalises anyone burning waste from 10,000 riel (2.50 $) to 200,000 riel (50$)). However, each municipality has the responsibility to manage its own waste. The municipalities often partner with waste management companies, such as GAEA in Siem Reap who collect waste from households, business, or events against a fee. The sorting of waste at the facilities depends on the waste management company: for instance in Siem Reap, GAEA separate plastic bottles to give to waste pickers. However, other waste such as organic or glass waste are not currently being sorted in the city, but is planned to be sorted in the near future. Thus, for the moment it might better to sort out such waste individually (compost organic waste in your garden, reuse glass bottles) before they are being picked up so that they can be put to good use.