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Unfired brick production saves land, reduces greenhouse gas emissions
Implement unburned materials development programs by 2020 under Decision No. 567 dated April 28, 2010 of the Prime Minister, many provinces and cities are stepping up production and replication such as Vinh Phuc, Hai Phong, Phu Tho, Thai Binh, Hanoi, Ninh Binh and etc.

The program aims to develop building unbaked bricks materials gradually replace the rate of baked clay bricks of 40% in 2020. In order to further strengthen the resources for this program, in 2014, Prime Minister continued approval of the project for "Strengthening the production and use of adobe bricks in Vietnam", sponsored by the United Nations Development Program, from the Global Environment Fund.

These objectives are fully in line with the strategy of the Global Environment Fund of climate change and the development objectives of Vietnam on energy security and food security, energy conservation and efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions; also in line with the strategy for environmental protection of Vietnam until 2020 and with a vision toward 2030.

Because of the calculations of policy makers, the production of 55 million of standard bricks / year, the efficiency not only reduces greenhouse gas emissions of 13,000 tons of CO2 / year, but also saves thousands of hectares of agricultural land / year.

Kim Xuyen
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