Improving environment by Asia's most advanced technology

Wednesday - 19/07/2017 20:26
Empire Group and ViDeBridge Co., Ltd. recently signed a contract with Intec GmbH and Juvema Financial Fund (Germany) for the implementation of a project entitled "Urban waste treatment projects and solid-waste-to-energy plants. This is an important event in the framework of the economic cooperation forum between Vietnam and Germany chaired by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Improving environment by Asia's most advanced technology

Phase 1, the project will be implemented in Da Nang City. The project aims at realizing important strategic objectives as following: to make Da Nang to be the greenest, cleanse and most beautiful city in Asia; Building factories and bring this excellent technology to big cities in Vietnam, at least 3 large cities in the next 5 years; Contributing to combating climate change and protecting the environment; Bringing Vietnam to become a pioneer, model for Asia in urban waste treatment.

Da Nang will receive outstanding benefits in integrated gas production solutions such as: No need to classify at source; No ordor and no flies to live; Recycling of inorganic waste (plastic, rubber ...); No gas/wastewater, dioxin, furan, excess residue such as oil, tar ...; No external heat source required; Not occupy large area; Creating clean electric power from waste gases and surplus heat; Outstanding economic performance from electricity and coal generation; Environmental-friendly technology in the world's most current; Reducing waste treatment costs.

Phase 1 will be deployed in Da Nang contributing to treat 400,000 tons of waste every year, reducing half a million tons of CO2, converting waste into 350 million KWh of electricity and 24,000 tons of coal to make Da Nang to be "Environmental City" by the year 2020. After Da Nang, the project will continue to expand in other cities in Vietnam. 

"The waste treatment project will use the most advanced technology in Asia, therefore it not only brings about the solution of turning large quantities of solid waste into electricity and coal, but also directly improves the Vietnamese environment on a large scale "- Ms. Coco Tran, Deputy General Director Empire shared.

Khanh Anh

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