Experts evaluate Vietnam's eco-industrial park model

  • Vietnam
  • Tuesday, 18 Jan 2022

Đình Vũ Industrial Park in the north-eastern Hải Phòng City.— Illustrative Photo VNA/VNS

HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): Experts from Unido and Vietnam shared their knowledge to evaluate the eco-industrial park model according to the international framework, at a recent online workshop.

The two-day workshop was co-held by the Eco-Industrial Park Project Management Board in Vietnam, and the Ministry of Planning and Investment in collaboration with the Vietnam Cleaner Production Centre between Jan 13 and 14.

The workshop is part of the project “Eco-industrial parks intervention in Vietnam - Perspective from the Global Eco-Industrial Park Programme" co-operated by the ministry and the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (Unido) with funding from the Swiss Federal Economic Agency.

The project is designed to promote activities to support the industrial parks in participating in the project to identify opportunities for eco-industrial parks, to bring environmental and economic benefits to businesses through a series of training activities to strengthen capacity in resource efficiency in cleaner production and industrial symbiosis.

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