Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Phong (right) and the representative from Hao group at their meeting on July 10  (Source: hungyentv.vn)

Hung Yen (VNA) - The Republic of Korea (RoK)’s Hao group is keen on investing in a waste-to-energy plant in the northern province of Hung Yen. 

At a meeting with local authorities on July 10, the Hao group’s representatives said the group plans to pour 76 million USD into building a waste treatment plant with a designed daily capacity of 150 tonnes of waste.

The project includes an incinerator and an electricity generator, a set of high-capacity batteries, a set of waste fermentation processing and microbiological fertiliser production facilities.

The group wishes the province to facilitate the implementation of the project.

Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Phong affirmed the province’s support to the project and requested the group to conduct thorough feasibility studies.

The province assigned the provincial Department of Planning and Investment to coordinate with the provincial Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Department of Construction to select a proper location for the project.-VNA