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Thermal power plants queuing for permission to submerge materials in sea

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Coal-fired thermal power plants’ investors have asked for permission to submerge sludge and waste in the sea, raising big concerns about sea pollution. 

 

Numerous waste treatment projects registered, but not implemented

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Encouraged by the government and local authorities, investors have registered to build many waste treatment projects in recent years. However, many of the projects have been revoked as inves [ … ]

   

Landslides threaten Điện Biên residents

Forty families in Tìa Dình C Hamlet in Tìa Dình Commune, the northern province of Điện Biên, are living in fear of landslides as cracks have appeared and expanded in the ground surrounding t [ … ]

   

MONRE detects 158 illegal scrap importers

As many as 158 individuals and organisations have been found illegally importing scrap into Việt Nam as they are not certified to carry out such activities.

   

Seaports told to remove scrap containers

The Việt Nam Maritime Administration has ordered all seaport management agencies to quickly deal with the huge backlog of imported scrap containers across the country.

   

Much improvement is needed in Việt Nam’s environmental auditing: ASOSAI 14

Environmental auditing, despite its critical role in the sustainable development of Việt Nam, remains a novel concept in the country, with a standardised process still under construction

   

Landslides may hit northern mountainous region

The National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting said on Wednesday that there was high risk of landslide in northern provinces including Thái Nguyên, Tuyên Quang and Hòa Bình.

   

Huế national park releases rare animals into the wild

Bạch Mã National Park in the central province of Thừa Thiên-Huế has released five mammals and two reptiles back into the wild after rescuing and rehabilitating them.

   

Administrative procedures hinder flood control projects

Despite great efforts taken by HCM City authorities to fight flooding, many flood-control projects have been delayed by administrative procedures.

   

Volunteers hit HCM City street for World Cleanup Day

Around 80 volunteers took part in World Cleanup Day organised by Việt Nam Sạch và Xanh (Việt Nam Clean and Green), cleaning streets in HCM City’s District 7 of trash on Saturday.

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Accountability sought in Lào Cai fertiliser factory waste spillover incident

The northern province’s authorities are urging local police to expedite their investigation into a waste pond failure incident a week ago at a fertiliser factory in the province.

   

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