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Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha visited XanhNét’s exhibition booth

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha visited XanhNét’s exhibition booth

XanhNét was the first booth to receive a favorable visit from Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha and Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Dang Quoc Khanh. The leaders seriously listened to the introductions from Mr. Hoang Duc Vuong and expressed their interest and support for XanhNét’s plastic waste circular model.

On November 16, VietCycle officially introduced XanhNét to Government Leaders, Ministries/sectors, development partners and the private sector at the Exhibition within the framework of the Vietnam Circular Economy Forum 2023. The event is organized by the Institute of Strategy and Policy – Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

The forum with the theme “Developing a national action plan to implement circular economy” is an opportunity to exchange and discuss appropriate approaches and financial mechanisms to promote circular economy in industries/field from central to local. This is a major event on Circular Economy in Vietnam with the participation of Government leaders, ministries/sectors, development partners and the private sector.

The exhibition “Circular Economy Model” is within the framework of the forum with the participation of 20 domestic and international businesses and organizations. VietCycle was also present and devoted a lot of effort to introduce the XanhNét Circular Ecosystem.

Ms. Huynh Thi My, General Secretary of VPA (standing in the middle) and Ms. Le Thi Hong Nhi, Director of Communications and External Relations of Unilever Vietnam (on the left) visited the booth.

At the exhibition, XanhNét was fortunate to receive a lot of interest and inquiry from invited delegates as well as friends at home and abroad. Among them, it can be said that XanhNét impresses the most with EPR practice activities for manufacturers.

Delegates visiting were extremely interested and curious about the displayed products of XanhNét.

In particular, the booth received visits from Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha and Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Dang Quoc Khanh. Even with a short amount of time, we believe that the leaders have partly understood the desire to protect the environment, “For a civilized Vietnam with no trash” of XanhNét as well as VietCycle.

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha and Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Dang Quoc Khanh listened to Mr. Hoang Duc Vuong’s introduction to XanhNét.

After an impressive launch at such a large event, XanhNét promises to be a waste recycling ecosystem that achieves many successes in the future. And we would like to thank the delegates and guests for their many compliments and attention to XanhNét as well as VietCycle. This is also an affirmation that XanhNét is on the right path, doing the right things!

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General introduction about XanhNét:

Learn more about XanhNét at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IwaUYD8mjZIb6R4uMirJzj62A3La6Bvy/view?usp=sharing

♻️ Is a closed process system of Collection – Sorting – Recycling – Practicing EPR for plastic, paper… etc. waste organized and operated by VietCycle Corporation.

♻️ MISSION – VISION OF XanhNét?

Vision: For a civilized Vietnam with waste!

Mission: Waste conversion.

♻️ XanhNét members:

📌 300 organizations and individuals.

📌 30,000 freelance collectors nationwide.

📌 1,000,000 tons of annual waste collection and recycling.

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