Public-private partnership in ocean plastic waste management

Plastic pollution is a big challenge for the world in general and each country in particular. The amount of plastic waste is too high, causing a burden on the environment, especially in developing countries with incomplete solid waste management systems like Vietnam. On average, each year, Vietnam generates about 1.8 million tons of plastic waste, among the 20 countries with the largest amount of waste and higher than the world average.

Working together to take action to solve the problem of ocean plastic waste through the introduction of plastic waste into the circular economy, product lifecycle management and access to sustainable raw materials, raising awareness community and promoting innovation on a national scale is the purpose of the Public-Private Partnership Program in ocean plastic waste management.

Within the framework of the program, a workshop organized by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in collaboration with USAID took place on June 10, 2022 in Phu Yen.

vinacolour is honored to be invited to attend and speak at the Workshop on projects to produce building materials from plastic waste.

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