Phu Yen to build VND263bn waste treatment plant
  • | laodong, | June 27, 2020 08:37 AM
Phu Yen People's Committee has approved to rent out a 100,000-square-metre land to build a waste treatment plant in Tuy Hoa City.


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Phu Yen People's Committee will rent a 100,000-square-metre land to T-Tech Vietnam Company to build Tuy Hoa Waste Treatment Plant. The contract will expire on May 15, 2067. T-Tech Vietnam Company was asked to use the land per the registered purposes, follow environment protection regulations and not affect the households living nearby.

Tuy Hoa Waste Treatment Plant will have the capacity to deal with 240 tonnes of rubbish per day from Tuy Hoa City and nearby districts. Its estimated investment is over VND263bn (USD11m). All processes are going smoothing since the land is empty and they don't have to pay clearance compensation. Incentives were also offered to the investor including preferential corporate income taxes and import duties.

The plan was approved as the amount of rubbish in Phu Yen Province is increasing while the treatment system still has many shortcomings. It is hoped that the construction will be started on August 30 to reduce solid waste pollution, recycling and producing secondary products.

There will be a section for recycling nylon bags, making fertiliser and bricks.

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