Inverter ventilators have been installed for the air conditioning system of Hanosimex fiber factory The project is expected to make the Vietnamese textile industry sustainable and more environment-friendly. It is being implemented from 2018 to 2020 with a vision to transforming the textile and apparel sector through its participation in environmental management policies. The project is focused on improving water and energy efficiency in the textile sector in order to minimize its environmental impact. It encourages manufacturers’ participation in collective actions to promote sustainable production. One important target of the project is influencing Vietnamese textile investors to implement more sustainable practices. WWF-Greater Mekong Representative Marc Goichot said, “For WWF, greening the textile sector in Vietnam is also a means to achieve our wider goal of addressing river governance and energy sustainability, which are top global environmental concerns.” He added that in the long run, WWF wants to see factories, industrial zones and other important elements of the sector come together to deal with risks and impacts beyond their fences and more responsibly manage shared resource uses across the sector. Vietnam currently exports textiles and garments to four major markets: the US, the EU, Japan and the Republic of Korea, while… Read full this story
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