Current Waste to Energy (WtE) Markets & Trends in Vietnam
Waste-to-energy production is becoming a useful solution in the world, In Vietnam, a country with a numerous population and growing economy, solid waste management has become a serious issue, attracting the attention of the local government and businesses. Environmental issues and demand for land in urban areas also lead to an urgent need for the waste-to-energy solution, thus helping to ensure energy security.
Statistics showed that about 5,400 tonnes of solid waste discharged from households in Hanoi each day, while the figure in Ho Chi Minh City reaches8,300 tonnes per day.
However, up to 90 percent of solid waste in Hanoi and76 percent in HCM City are buried. The rest is burned, recycled or converted into organic fertiliser.
Temporary landfill sites are already overloaded, and the environment will be seriously affected unless advanced technologies are applied. The waste from industrial, agricultural, forestry and livestock production is treated and used rationally for the energy purpose.
To improve the percentage of livestock waste treatment for energy purpose from around 5% in 2015 to around 10% by 2020, around 50% by 2030, most livestock waste shall be treated by 2050.
To increase the percentage of livestock waste treatment for energy purpose from the negligible rate for the time being to 30% by2020, round 70% by2030 and most of it is utilized for energy purpose by 2050.
Critical Issues to be addressed at this Summit
Municipal Initiatives Towards Handling Waste Disposal Volumes
Commercially Produced Agricultural Residues Converted into Biofuels
New Urbanization Plans in Big Cities: Opportunities for the Waste
Management Industry in Vietnam.
Solid Waste Management in Vietnam: Tendering & Contracts Considerations
Sustainable Implementations in the Supply Chain
Vietnam Waste to Energy & Biogas Biomass Policy and Targets
Emerging challenges & opportunities for WtE & Biogas Biomass in Vietnam
Insights Into New Initiatives on Waste to Energy & Biogas Biomass in Vietnam
How Governments are integrating the waste, energy & climate change agenda?
Accelerating Waste to Energy Infrastructure Development and Technologies Selection
Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Incineration Plant, Landfill Gas
Recycling, Waste Management Collection/Transport, WtE Power Plant
Agri-Waste POME treatment, RDF, SRF, Waste Conversion Biological
Treatment, Biomass Energy, Biogas, Biofuel, Flue Gas Treatment
Who Should Attend
Legal and Advisory Consultants
Energy Efficiency Consultants
Environmental Technology Companies
Research Institutes & Universities
Recycling Plants Operators
Waste Management and Disposal Companies
Industrial Estates Developers
Heads of Technology and Engineering
Government Ministry Officials
Technical, Operations Directors and Managers
Agrecutrual Industry(rice,bagasse,coconut factary) Directors and Managers
Corporate Development Director and Managers
Director-Generals, CEOs, Managing Directors and General Managers
Municipalities and City Planning Officers
Heads of Environment
Corporate Social Responsibility Directors & Managers
Health Safety and Environment Directors & Managers
Heads of Renewable Energy
Supply Chain Directors and Managers
Waste to Energy Operators
Biotechnology Researchers/ Advisers & Consultants
Waste to Resources Operators
Supply and Operations Managers
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