News release

National Assembly TV – Today’s Viewpoint: Missing the Target of Providing 93% of Population with Access to Clean Water

Vietnam is in danger of missing the target of the National Assembly Resolution No. 16/2021/QH15, which is approximately 95% – 100% of urban residents and 93% – 95% of rural residents have access to clean water by 2025. This is the assessment of experts under the discussion of clean water access and clean water market in Vietnam recently. Clean water laws should be enacted.

Interpellation Session at 9th Sitting, National Assembly Standing Committee: To Change Viewpoints on Waste Treatment

Environmental and urban sanitation are confronting a variety of challenges, especially waste and wastewater, which has caused severe water pollution, soil pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. At the afternoon session on March 16, many National Assembly deputies were interested in questioning the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) about wastewater and domestic waste treatment, as well as investment solutions to build treatment plants in their localities.

Halcom Vietnam participated in building a kindergarten in Ve village – Hoa Binh

On February 23, 2022 in Hoa Binh, the News Department (VOV1), the Music Department (VOV3) and the Foreign Affairs Department (VOV5) of the Voice of Vietnam Radio coordinated with the People’s Committee of Lac Son district to hold the inauguration ceremony of Ve Village Kindergarten in Quy Hoa Commune. This is a meaningful project that VOV accompanies with sponsors, including Halcom Vietnam, for mountainous students in Lac Son district.

2022 plan of Hau Giang Solar Power Plant

Hau Giang Solar Power Plant is one of the first renewable energy plants to be put into operation in Hau Giang province, which not only contributes to the efficient exploitation of solar energybut also create new value for salin soil in Hau Giang province. Hau Giang TV has an interview with Mr. Nguyen Viet Dzung – Chief Officer of Halcom Vietnam JSC. on the occasion of the Tet holidays about the operation and future plans of the plant.

Mechanisms needed for renewable energy investors

Excessive reliance on fossil energy resources will not guarantee sustainable energy security in the future due to the gradual depletion of these resources. At the same time, the environment and human health will be affected by the exploitation and the usage of these mineral resources. So, how should Vietnam implement the investment transition to renewable energy? What challenges lie ahead for this transition? The Natural Resources and Environment Journal interviewed Mr. Nguyen Quang Huan, a deputy of the National Assembly, Chairman of Halcom Vietnam JSC. on this topic.

Fourth regular supervision – Consulting project in Quy Nhon

From November 22 to November 26, 2021, the independent environmental and social monitoring consulting team – Halcom Vietnam JSC. conducted the fourth periodic monitoring mission on environmental safety issues. and society for the Project on Sustainable Environment in Coastal Cities – Quy Nhon City Subproject.

Providing shelter-home for the impoverished in Hau Giang

In the morning of November 1 and 2, 2021 in Hau Giang, the Provincial Women’s Union held a ceremony to hand over shelter-home to members of the Women’s Union living in difficulties in Nga Bay city and Vi Tan commune, Vi Thanh city. Construction expense was donated by Halcom Vietnam JSC.