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  •  Trần Minh Anh
  •  22/ 07/ 2016

While Japanese environmental technologies are great, some people say there are various problems in terms of technology transfer and business expansion. The Project for Improving Water Environment by Introducing Bio Toilets in Viet Nam has been adopted as the “Model Project for Improving Water Environment in Asia, 2011” by the Ministry of the Environment (MOE). We interviewed three persons from Chodai Co., Ltd., Mr. Yuji Munehiro, Mr. Atsushi Uchida, and Mr. Yoshimaro Sawada, to ask how Japan’s technology of bio toilets has been utilized in Viet Nam (especially...

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  •  Trần Minh Anh
  •  21/ 07/ 2016

Ha Long Bay's water treatment technology will be upgraded basing on Japanese technology On 16/11/2015, Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Quang Ninh province have officially launched the project of transferring technology from Japanese companies in environmental improvement matter using Bio-toilet and New Johka. The project aims to improve the environment through the application of independent wastewater treatment system, no collection, no agitation supported by Japanese companies. Due to the nature of terrain, there are many places in Quang Ninh province where construction cannot be conducted and connected to general wastewater treatment system....

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  •  Trần Minh Anh
  •  21/ 07/ 2016

Six bio-toilets have been installed at Ho Quang Phin Ethnic Elementary School in Dong Van district, where there is a serious shortage of water. Dong Van is a rural district of Ha Giang province in the northeast of Vietnam. It is located in a rocky limestone plateau region and frequently experiences severe water shortages in the dry season. Unsafe sanitation is a significant problem in schools and causes problems for children,...

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