Trash is a resource that can bring huge economic benefits if it is collected, sorted, and recycled properly, but in Vietnam, 80 per cent of trash is buried in landfills, resulting in pollution and a waste of resources. Each year, the country loses around US$33 billion by not recycling waste. Therefore, more efforts are needed to avoid wasting this resource.
The north and northern central regions are forecast to see more strong cold spells in the first two months of 2023, which will cause temperatures to plunge, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
The Bến Thành – Suối Tiên Metro line 1 began its trial run yesterday. The test took place on the elevated section of the subway line, which is nearly 9km long and runs from Suối Tiên to Bình Thái Station in Thủ Đức City. After all trial runs have been successfully completed, the line will open to the public.
The information was discussed in a seminar titled "Thematic discussion: Innovation in the public sector" on Thursday in Hà Nội. The seminar was organised by the National Innovation Center (NIC), the Ministry of Planning and Investment,
HCM City will earmark more than VNĐ1 trillion (US$42 million) to present gifts and provide various kinds of support to poor people, orphans, and families during the upcoming Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday.