A solid waste treatment project at Khánh Sơn Dump in Đà Nẵng. The project has failed to process daily waste from the city due to poor technology. VNS Photo Công Thành By Công Thành CENTRAL REGION — Delayed development of waste treatment projects and poor household rubbish separation have left central provinces facing a daunting waste challenge hat could continue for years to come. Quảng Nam, Quảng Ngãi and Đà Nẵng have been fumbling for sustainable solutions to deal with household waste and also hospital and hazardous waste. Incineration, gasification and refuse-derived fuel technologies, which are sustainable solutions in waste treatment, are available and have been introduced, but local governments have been slow to pick them up due to a lack of interested investors. Some incineration projects have been shelved while others have been delayed, and those that are in use face protests from residents who say they are located too close to residential areas. Đà Nẵng, a tourism hub in central Việt Nam, has opened a solid waste treatment plant with a supposed capacity of 650 tonnes per day, but the technology reportedly failed to meet expectations. The plant received investment from the Việt Nam Environment Joint-Stock Company totalling US$19 million, and the firm has asked to change its operation in the… Read full this story
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