Trash Mountain Project was formed by Brett and Jaelle Durbin in 2008 after a trip to a trash dump in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The mission of Trash Mountain Project is to become a voice for a voiceless people and help bring transformative change and hope to trash dump communities around the world by living the command of Jesus Christ to help the poor, hungry, thirsty, naked, and homeless.
Trashed in Cambodia was shot and produced by Barrett Creative, a video production, graphic design, and web design firm located in Lakeland, Florida. Footage shot using Canon's 5D Mark ii camera and the Sony Z7-U.
The Trash Mountain Project is Produced by Michael G. Barrett and Edited by Jonathan Olive.