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Green Technology Park breaks ground in Long An

(11:20:05 AM 12/11/2014)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Viet Nam Waste Solutions (VWS) broke ground for construction of a bridge near the Green Technology Park (GTP) in Long An Province's Thu Thua District. In operating, the US$ 500 – million project has a capacity of 40,000 tonnes / day. Located on 1,760ha, the GTP project aims to provide long-term and comprehensive waste management for HCM City and neighbouring provinces by the year 2010.

Green Technology Park breaks ground in Long An

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"The project development is designed to be flexible and scalable to meet the region's future changing waste management needs," said David Duong, Chairman and CEO of California Waste Solutions, Inc., the parent company of VWS.


Duong said Viet Nam's current disposal waste stream included about 80 per cent food waste and other organic wastes. The majority of plastic, glass and metals inert materials are removed from the waste stream prior to disposal.


The project applied advanced technology in the world in accordance with the standards of the US Environmental Protection and the Vietnam Law on Environmental Protection.

Pham Oanh
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