Once a bag of garbage is thrown away, what actually happens to it is a mystery to many. Dinh Thi Luyen shows other farmers compost she makes from leftover food and probiotics. — VNS Photos Khoa Thu Whether it ends up in a landfill or drifts out to sea, to manage waste is to know how it is generated, according to researcher Chu Manh Trinh. Tracing the journey of waste, the researcher, who has studied and worked on waste management for nearly 20 years, in early June led a group of some 30 farmers, scrap collectors and public servants from Da Nang, Binh Dinh, Binh Thuan and Binh Duong to Area 8 fishery village in Ha Long City’s Ha Phong District, Quang Ninh Province. The village is inhabited by people from five smaller villages scattered on Ha Long Bay who were persuaded to move to Ha Phong in 2014 by local authorities to ensure their children enjoy a good education and to conserve the bay’s ecosystem. Up to 380 fishing boats dock at the village’s pier twice a month, bringing ashore garbage produced after 14-day trips. Leftover food is dumped in the water while tin cans, plastic bags and bottles are brought back as… Read full this story
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