Last year, more than 27.5 tonnes of medical waste was discharged daily in the city including 8.4 tonnes of hazardous waste
The Ministry of Transport (MoT) plans to tighten emissions control of vehicles in circulation and used import ones to curb air pollution.
Vietnam Register, under the Ministry of Transport, has proposed raising the emission standards for cars to level 2 in order to minimise the increasing environmental pollution in the country.
Foreign traders not present in Việt Nam will have the right to export or import under Vietnamese law and international treaties that the country has signed. This is one of several positive changes expected in the business environment as a set of new policies that take effect early this year.
The Ministry of Transport plans to tighten emission control of automobiles to curb air pollution, Giao thông (Transport) newspaper reported on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has asked the Việt Nam’s Environment Agency (VEA) to cooperate with Khánh Hòa Province's Department of Natural Resources and Environment to clarify the case of 10 nix waste tankers’ disappearance.
New diesel vehicles are required to follow Euro 4 emission standards before December 31 this year, according to the Ministry of Transport (MoT).
The 2017 Eco-products International Fair (EPIF) is scheduled to be held in HCM City from May 11-13, the organisation revealed at a press briefing in Hà Nội today.
Bình Sơn Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited (BSR) plans to borrow US$1.2 billion to upgrade and expand its Dung Quất Oil Refinery in Bình Sơn District in Quảng Ngãi Province.