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Establishment and Development

1. Establishment

In 2001, after more than a decade opening Vietnamese market and joining international market, the producing goods industry in Vietnam has developed rapidly and generated large amounts industrial wastes. This type of wastes should be treated in according with technical by professional Units to reduce its harms to the environment. As that demand, the shareholders had decided to establish Joint Stock Vietnam - Australia Environmental Company with the objective is collecting and treating wastes to contribute improving the environment.
 

The name Joint Stock Vietnam - Australia Environmental Company is based on the nationality of the shareholders established the company. The shareholders are:

1. Mr. NguyenNgoc Chau (Vietnamese)

2. Mr. Nguyen Trung Viet (Vietnamese)

3. Mr. Hua Huu Ben (Vietnamese)

4. Mr. Pastrict (Australian)


On September 09, 2001, Joint Stock Vietnam - Australia Environmental Company was licensed for the establishment and operation by the HCMC Department of Planning and Investment. Our company is one of the first private enterprises that operared in the field of hazardous waste treatment in Vietnam.

 
 
2. The developmental milestones:
 
-  In 2000, building the Hazardous waste recycling and treating Plan, at Block B4 - B21 Le Minh Xuan industrial zone, and officially operating in 01/2002.

- In 2002, completing the construction of the waste treatment plant, then investing in equipments and beginning the treating wastes process in January 2002. Amount of received waste during the year was about 100 tons.

- In 2003, the total amount of waste received and treated was up to 1000 tons.

- In 2005, the company opened a new branch at Block B3-B20, beside the old factory. The total amount of waste treated in 2005 was over 6,000 tons.

- In 2010, the total amount of waste treated was to over 40,000 tons.

- In 2014, capacity of treatment was 132,000 tons of waste a year.

 
 
3. Visions of the future:
 
- The target is to increase the capacity of treating wastes to 150,000 tons in 2015 and 300,000 tons in 2020.

- Improve the efficiency of treating wastes by changing the equipments and technology.

- Expand the transporting and treating wastes in whole country. Set up more branches in the provinces of Central and South-Western Province to meet the demand of treating wastes that have been increasing in these areas.

- Besides the target of improving the quality and diversity of products, and our services, we have been continuing to focus on the investing and improving the quality of human resources by the national and international, short and long term training for all staffs, cooperating with universities, training centers in the country or foreign countries to looking for young talent to meet the requirement of long-term development for our company.

Environmental news

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  • US $3.5 million pumped to manage Vietnam’s reserves

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  • River pollution makes striped snappers as expensive as gold

    The price of striped snappers, who live only in the Vam Co Dong River has been escalating. The species of fish has become rare because they cannot live in the polluted river.

  • Authorities clueless of polluters in Le Minh Xuan Industrial Zone

    The Commission authorities have held several meetings with residents living in surrounding areas of the Le Minh Xuan Industrial Zone (LMXIZ) on September 7 and 8, but are still clueless as to who the culprit really is.

  • Call to scrap environmentally damaging hydropower projects

    The Government should review zoning plans for hydropower projects in the central region and scrap those having an adverse impact on the environment, participants told a seminar held in Da Nang on Thursday.

  • HCMC to launch ‘Clean up the World 2011’ campaign

    The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment will launch “Clean up the World 2011” campaign in Ho Chi Minh City on September 17, with a series of activities to highlight the event. The campaign will kick start at the Quan Khu 7 Stadium on Hoang Van Thu Street in Phu Nhuan District, with over 5,000 citizens taking part in the event.

  • What Is Recycling 3R’s?

    The 3R stands for Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

  • How paper is recycled

    aper is taken from the bin and deposited in a large recycling container along with paper from other recycling bins.

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