Hanoi authorities say the application of Nano-Bioreactor technology to treat To Lich River pollution hasn't brought satisfactory results, but the Japanese side has rejected the conclusion. The Hanoi City Delegation of National Assembly Deputies held a meeting with voters in Thanh Xuan district several days ago in which city leaders answered questions about the fate of To Lich, the 100-year old river which is dying because of pollution. Hanoi authorities say the application of Nano-Bioreactor technology to treat To Lich River pollution hasn't brought satisfactory results, but the Japanese side has rejected the conclusion. “The last choice is to build a sewage system that collects waste water along the river banks which will be sent to Yen Xa waste water plant for treatment,” Duc said. Kim Chi Hanoi to use Red River’s water to clean To Lich River An idea put forward 40 years ago has again been put into discussion: using water from the Red River to … [Read more...] about Can To Lich River be cleaned with Japanese technology?
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Nation Japan’s JEBO apologizes for misunderstanding Hanoi leader’s statement The Saigon Times Daily Tuesday, Dec 10, 2019,19:46 (GMT+7) Japan’s JEBO apologizes for misunderstanding Hanoi leader’s statementThe Saigon Times Daily A Japanese expert from the Japan Environment and Business Organization installs equipment to clean up the heavily polluted To Lich River in Hanoi in May 2019 – PHOTO: TNO HCMC – The Japan Environment and Business Organization (JEBO) has yet to seek permission from the government of Hanoi City to clean up a section of the To Lich River and has tendered an apology to the municipal chairman, Nguyen Duc Chung, over the misunderstanding. JEBO said in a statement today, December 12, that on reviewing an official letter from the Hanoi government in May 2019 and the entire pilot river clean-up process, the organization admitted that the letter does not grant JEBO the … [Read more...] about Japan’s JEBO apologizes for misunderstanding Hanoi leader’s statement
A representative of a coffee company talks about a sustainable model for a coffee plantation at a meeting held yesterday in HCM City. VNS Photo Bồ Xuân Hiệp Viet Nam News HCM CITY — Public-private partnerships, better use of technology, and improved value-chain linkages are needed to ensure the sustainable development of the coffee industry, experts said at a meeting yesterday (Dec 4) in HCM City. Đỗ Nguyễn Anh Tuấn, deputy director of the Việt Nam Coffee Coordination Board (VCCB), said the coffee industry should raise product value to increase the income of all stakeholders involved in the value chain. To maintain stable outputs for exports, Việt Nam should replace at least 120,000ha of old coffee trees that have poor yields. “This is a challenging task for the agricultural sector, which needs to have public-private partnerships (PPP) between the state, enterprises and farmers,” he said. Despite existing … [Read more...] about Coffee industry needs private-public partnerships
Other News PM discusses solutions to bottlenecks facing farmers By Huynh Kim Tuesday, Dec 10, 2019,19:41 (GMT+7) PM discusses solutions to bottlenecks facing farmersBy Huynh Kim Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc meets with farmers in the Mekong Delta region to discuss how to remove bottlenecks facing the agriculture sector - PHOTO: VNA CAN THO – The prime minister met with farmers in the Mekong Delta region to discuss how to do away with bottlenecks affecting the agriculture sector at a seminar held in Can Tho City today, December 10. The seminar, held by the Vietnam Farmers Association and the Can Tho government, was aimed at finding ways to address these bottlenecks. Five issues tabled at the seminar included poor connectivity between farmers, the State, scientists, banks, firms and distributors; difficulty in accumulating farmland for large-scale production; farmers’ limited skills; the rampant use of … [Read more...] about PM discusses solutions to bottlenecks facing farmers
Three medical workers of Saint Paul General Hospital in Hanoi have been suspended, accused of tampering with HIV and Hepatitis B testing kits. A testing strip is cut in half. — Photo from VTV24's report. Dr Chu Thi Loan, deputy head of Microbiology Department, and two other technicians are being investigated. It follows a report by VTV24 on Monday revealing the medical workers failed to follow HIV and Hepatitis B testing process, leading to possibly false testing result. The medical workers of the Microbiology Department used HIV and Hepatitis B testing kits manufactured in Japan. After removing the package, they cut the testing strips in half. The cutting line is on the testing chemical line. The blood sample is then dropped on the strip. Four hours later, testers know the results. Patients still have to cover full payment of the testing service without knowing that only half of the medical supplies are used. According to medical experts, this action could lead to false … [Read more...] about Hanoi: Medical workers suspended from work for cheating testing process