Large amounts of waste have been washing ashore n the southern central province of Quảng Ngãi recently, despite the best efforts of the community to keep the rubbish at bay.
Greater public awareness and action, especially in classifying garbage at source, is a breakthrough that HCM City will build on to environment quality in the coming decade.
Greening the garment industry is essential for the sector to fully exploit opportunities arising from the free trade agreements and participate deeply in global value chain, acccording to Việt Nam Garment and Apparel Association (VITAS).
The Vietnamese Government has set a goal to raise the rate of solid waste collected and safely treated to 100 per cent in 2050 as part of the freshly approved national strategy on green growth for 2021-2030.
A group of bio-researchers at Đà Nẵng’s technology and education university have started a bio-based waste treatment project using water released from fishing boats at Thọ Quang dock, promising 98 per cent of pollutants will be purified