“Living in the Angkor Hell”. Anlong Pi, Siem Reap. Cambodia. 2010-2013Photography: ©Omar Havana

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SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA.  A woman puts together the papers that she collected over a week working in the Anlong Pi rubbish dump near the world famous temples of Angkor. Not many of the workers of the dump collect paper as the price per kilogram is the lowest of all the recyclable material that can be found in the waste. A kilogram of paper is valued as 200 riels (approximately $0.05) while a kilogram of metal is worth 1000 riels (approximately $0.25).  Photo: ©Omar Havana
SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA. A woman puts together the papers that she collected over a week working in the Anlong Pi rubbish dump near the world famous temples of Angkor. Not many of the workers of the dump collect paper as the price per kilogram is the lowest of all the recyclable material that can be found in the waste. A kilogram of paper is valued as 200 riels (approximately $0.05) while a kilogram of metal is worth 1000 riels (approximately $0.25). Photo: ©Omar Havana
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