A number of enterprises have struggled to recycle ash and cinders from thermal power plants in order to manufacture non-fired adobe brick and non-flammable construction materials.
Waste incineration, gasification, and refuse-derived fuel technologies are sustainable solutions in dealing with Đà Nẵng’s future waste treatment, as it looks to become a ‘green’ city by 2025.
Poor infrastructure investment in waste treatment and financial and technical assistance has prevented Việt Nam escape from world top five-country with mass solid waste releasing to the ocean.
Illegal dumping of waste and building materials has become an urgent issue in the capital city of Hà Nội, concerning local residents and officials
A project to encourage more people to cycle and help the environment has won an award.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has launched a communication campaign to cut the use of plastic bags on Lý Son Island, as a prelude to its sea turtle conservation programme on the island
Việt Nam will not build more new sugarcane plants between now and 2020, following a plan for the sugar industry’s development until 2020 with a vision to 2030.
Land-based solutions are urgently needed to address the leakage of plastic waste into the ocean and other waterways, experts said on Thursday (April 19) at a workshop held in HCM City.
The water environment in the world-renowned Hạ Long Bay has been under tremendous pressure from the growing socio-economic activities in the area.
The ancient city of Hội An has allocated some sections of four streets – Trần Quý Cáp, Bạch Đằng, Tiểu La and Hoàng Văn Thu – near Hội An market as a space for the third night market to serve tourists looking for shopping opportunities in the city.