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Domestic waste classification at source needs a roadmap

Việt Nam’s Law on Environmental Protection 2020 regulating the classification of household solid waste will be officially implemented across the country from January 1, 2025, a date which is considered a turning point for domestic solid waste management. Several pilot schemes are underway across Việt Nam, ...

Workshop promotes technological solutions for waste collection, recycling

Digital technology solutions will help promote waste classification at source, and better managed waste collection, treatment and recycling, experts said at a recent workshop held in HCM City. The workshop was organised by the city’s Centre for Information and Statistics for Science and Technology (CESTI) ...

Domestic waste fee to be charged based on volume

Solid waste classification at source and volume-based waste fee collection must be implemented by 2024, according to the roadmap of the new Environment Law which took effect on January 1, 2022This is an amended point of the new law, requiring households and individuals to sort ...

Revised environmental protection highlights recycling: NA

The principle of “considering waste as a resource” mentioned in the environmental protection bill introduced in the National Assembly’s meeting in April has been clarified, emphasising recycling and reusing.According to the bill, if households and individuals classify waste at source, they would not have to ...

Mobile app introduced instructing solid waste classification at home

A mobile application was launched by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources of Ho Chi Minh City on June 21 to teach people how to classify solid waste at home. Keep reading ...

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