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Forest thieves too poor to pay fines 5/5/2014 11:04:06 AM Harsh penalties were needed to control illegal foresting and land clearance in northern Son La Province, officials say.
120,000 Euro funded for Hanoi’s air environment assessment 9/8/2016 2:01:02 PM The French embassy and the French Development Agency (AFD) will fund 120,000 EUR for a technical assistance project on assessing the air environment in Hanoi.
Marine environment in central provinces safe: environment minister 8/23/2016 4:12:43 PM Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Tran Hong Ha has confirmed that to date, the sea environment in four central provinces from Ha Tinh to Thua Thien-Hue is safe.
Nha Trang encourages residents to collect garbage on Bay 8/16/2016 2:25:30 PM As planned, the management board and youth unions will organize to collect garbage on the bay twice a week. It is estimated about 300 kg of thrown away garbages will be collected per day.
VSIP Nghe An builds wastewater treatment plant 8/16/2016 2:18:33 PM The Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park (VSIP) Company in the central province of Nghe An started construction on a wastewater treatment plant with a daily capacity of 28,000 cu.m on August 2. The first phase, with a capacity of 6,000 cu.m per day, will be completed in August 2017.
Integrated system of treating waste from concentrated slaughterhouses 8/10/2016 3:28:36 PM To the actual situation that most of the cattle slaughterhouses do not have any waste treatment system (sewage, waste mixtures...) but discharge directly into the environment, causing pollution, a state-level project named "Application and development of integrated models of advanced technologies with renewable energy use to process efficiently and sustainably solid- liquid waste mixtures from concentrated slaughterhouses", code KC08.31/11-15, has been implemented.
Toolkit supporting decision making in flood risk management for river basins in the Central Vietnam 8/10/2016 3:21:43 PM This is a product of the state-level project "Research into building a toolkit to support decision making in flood risk management for river basins in the Central Vietnam", code KC08.19/11-15.
CO oxidation catalyst at low temperature 8/10/2016 3:17:16 PM Scientists from Institute of Chemical Technology have successfully completed the project “Research on manufacturing CO oxidation catalyst at low temperature and application on treatment of boiler exhaust fume by biomass fuel” thanks to expense supporting by Ho Chi Minh City Department of Science and Technology.
Liquid waste treatment system IET-BF 8/10/2016 3:16:33 PM The scientists from the Institute of Environmental Technology (Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology) has studied successfully liquid waste treatment systems by means of trickling biofilter improved natural gas supply IET-BF with capacity of 130 m3 per day through the implementation of the project "Research on building solid and liquid waste treatment systems at a group of 7 medical institutions of Dong Thap Province.”
Protection urged for endangered species 8/2/2016 4:10:15 PM Conservationists and scientists have strongly called on the Government to stop allowing organisations and individuals commercially farming and trading endangered species in Việt Nam.
Central beaches safe, says the government 8/1/2016 4:27:55 PM The sea in the central provinces, which suffered terrible pollution from the Formosa Steel Company, has been gradually improved and index of iron, phenol and ammonia substances have returned to safe levels, according to a Government report.
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