Residents in central Quảng Trị Province’s Triệu An Commune have used steel net to block trucks carrying seafood to a local seafood processing company. The action is a protest against pollution and horrible smells coming from the company’s premises, the online Dân trí newspaper.
Wastewater disposed by factories in Bình Dương Province’s industrial zones is the main cause of Ba Bò Canal pollution, according to a new report by the HCMC People’s Committee.
The Vietnamese Government and the Japan International Co-operation Agency on Thursday signed an Official Development Assistance (ODA) loan deal worth 24.7 billion yen (US$224.5 million) for a draining and waste water treatment system in Biên Hòa City, in the southern province of Đồng Nai.
With its advantages fully recognised, the southern “emerald island” of Phú Quốc off of Kiên Giang Province is set to live up to its title of a special administrative-economic zone.
Coca-Cola Việt Nam officially inaugurated a new warehouse and waste water treatment project for its plant in Đà Nẵng city with total investment of US$5 million
Five o’ clock in the afternoon is the time when the Giá Rai General Hospital in the southern province of Bạc Liêu starts to get crowded, not only with inpatients but also visitors who come here to take a stroll.
“Dirty” and “stinky” are the two words most used to describe the Thọ Quang Port in the central Đà Nẵng City over the last decade.
Residents of Vân Cù Village in the central province city of Huế have been making rice noodles for some 400 years. But while their livelihoods fared well, their health did not.
The 2017 Vietwater Expo and Forum, Việt Nam’s leading international water supply, sanitation, water resources and purification event, will welcome the participation of 14 international pavilions.
Chairman of Hà Nội’s People’s Committee Nguyễn Đức Chung has asked relevant departments and investors to plan out a response to the Government Inspectorate (GI)’s conclusion on wrongdoings of Build-Transfer (BT) projects.