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Ho Chi Minh City treated organic wastes into 6G energy
The Ho Chi Minh City Center for Advancement of Science and Technology (Sihub) and Milai Group of Japan have just signed a memorandum of cooperation and introduced "6R renewable organic waste treatment technology of Japan."


The project is supported by the Japanese Ministry of Environment and managed by the Japan Environment Center (GEC).

Japanese 6R technology allows solving the problem of organic waste treatment to convert into electricity or thermal energy with high efficiency.

he system consists of two main components, an organic waste treatment system and a garbage collection vehicle, forming a closed cycle with the goal of not emitting CO2, effectively disposing of organic wastes.

Mr. Nguyen Van Phu, Project Manager of Sihub and Milai, said the project was implemented from 2016 and put into operation in June 2017. This is a technology that changes from a centralized waste treatment model to a dispersal, resolving pollution, saving transportation costs.

In addition, the technology helps treat organic wastes to renew energy efficiently and without pollution. Currently this technology has localized about 80-90%. The effectiveness of the project was also verified by Sihub for more than 5 months of processing waste samples from the Thu Duc agricultural wholesale market.

The outstanding advantage of the technology is the treatment of organic waste into electricity and organic fertilizer depending on demand; The capacity of equipment from 100kg to 25 tons / day / machine, can be used in islands, rural areas and cities to save a lot of waste transportation costs.

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