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Visiting Phu Son Waste Treatment Plant

TTH.VN - Phu Son Waste Treatment Plant (in Phu Son commune, Huong Thuy town) was invested in and built by EB Environmental Energy Ltd. Co. at a cost of roughly 1.7 trillion Vietnamese dong. The plant officially commence operations at the end of January 2024, playing an crucial role in effectively addressing the waste management issue and ensuring environmental hygiene in Thua Thien Hue province - a pressing concern for the community as landfills in Thuy Phuong have reached capacity, disrupting residents’ lives with foul odors emanating from overflowing landfills.

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According to the design scale, Phu Son Waste Treatment Plant is capable of handling about 220,000 tons of waste annually, generating approximately 93 million kWh per year. The waste collection and treatment process is enclosed and monitored by a surveillance camera system. After incineration, the resulting ash and cinder are processed and sorted for reuse.

Through the lens of the photographer Hai Duong, Thua Thien Hue Weekly would like to invite readers to visit the largest waste treatment plant in Thua Thien Hue. At this facility, waste is incinerated using multi-stage furnaces - generating electricity in compliance with national technical standards for solid waste incinerators, treating leachate, and circulating it without emitting foul odors, addressing the issue of odor pollution in the environment.

Garbage trucks providing waste to the plant are weighed 
Staff members observe the operation of the incinerator 
Ash dust is collected for disposal 
Sand is sifted out from the waste 
Monitoring system tracks safety indicators for wastewater 
 Control center oversees the operation stages of the plant
By Thua Thien Hue Weekly
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