Vinh Long (VNA) – The Vinh Long Provincial People's Committee in the Mekong Delta has issued a plan to implement the national action programme on sustainable production and consumption for 2021-2030.
By 2030, 90 percent of industrial parks in the province are set to apply clean and environmentally-friendly technologies.
All supermarkets and shopping centres are to use eco-packaging instead of single-use plastics, and the use of slowly-degrading packaging at wet markets will be cut by 80 percent.
The province also hopes to have 100 percent of its enterprises joining production and distribution chains for safe farm produce and it also targets the widespread use of QR codes for product origin tracing.
Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Nguyen Van Liet said local authorities will assist businesses in boosting their production capacity and product quality, and in reducing costs to engage in a network of sustainable production and consumption.
The provincial Department of Science and Technology has been tasked with planning and launching programmes assisting companies and localities in the innovation process.
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