Từ khóa: #environmentally friendly

A smart rice field model for green growth by Binh Dien Fertilizer JSC.

HCMC seeking ways to promote green growth

HCMC is developing a specific route for each aspect to reach the aim of carbon neutrality by 2050, as stated in the formal scientific discussion ‘Establishing and Developing Green Economy in HCMC’, held by the HCMC Institute for Development Studies.
The project to provide sanitary water for the public by SIPCO

Vietnam seeing high potential in green project implementation

Facing environmental challenges during its economic development, Vietnam now considers sustainable green growth as a key solution to overcome those challenges as this special development direction both saves natural resources, reduces emissions, and offers great chances for the country to receive incentives from international organizations.

The waste treatment area in Da Phuoc Commune of Binh Chanh District in Ho Chi Minh City.

Policies on household solid waste still display inadequacy

The amount of household solid waste (HSW) in major cities nationwide is expected to increase by 10-16 percent a year on average. However, the most common waste treatment method in Vietnam, which is mere burying, has proved its unsuitability for the modern and environmentally friendly development trend at present.

Enterprises start increasing waste recycling

Enterprises start increasing waste recycling

In the context that natural resources are increasingly exhausted, the promotion of recycling and reuse of wastes, by-products, and defective products in the production and processing process is a measure to save costs and protect the environment effectively. Recycled wastes not only contribute to reducing input materials but also limiting output gas emissions.
Tan Hoa – Lo Gom Canal has turned greener in 2020. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC gradually turning more environmentally friendly

After two years implementing Directive No.19-CT/TU, issued by Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Party Committee on October 19, 2018 on conducting the campaign ‘HCMC residents avoid littering on roads and canals for a clean city and urban flooding reduction’, the city has indeed achieved very impressive results, contributing to addressing weaknesses in urban management.