publication . Doctoral thesis . 2003

Greening Food Processing Industry in Vietnam: Putting Industrial Ecology to Work

Tran Thi My Dieu;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2003
  • Publisher: S.n.
  • Country: Netherlands
<p>The significant contribution to Vietnam's gross domestic product over the years give evidence of the important role of food processing industry in the economic and industrial development of the country. This is even more relevant from now onwards, as it is Vietnam's development strategy to become one of the top agricultural countries in the world by the year 2010. However, it is not difficult to recognize that the rapid growth of food processing industry in Vietnam goes together with environmental deterioration and puts stress on natural resources. So far, most efforts in environmental management of (food processing) industry in Vietnam have mainly been focus...
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5.2.1 Household-scale tapioca production process in Tra Co Village, Thong Nhat District, Dong Nai Province

5.2.2 Household-scale tapioca production process in Binh Minh and Tan Binh Hamlets, Tay Ninh Province

5.2.3 Household-scale tapioca production process in Binh Chieu Ward, Thu Duc District, Ho Chi Minh City

5.2.4 Household-scale tapioca production process in Binh Dinh Province

5.2.5 Comparison of tapioca processing technologies at household scale

3.1 Maximum concentrations of the inorganic substances and dusts in industrial emission gases, corresponding to the emitting flow rate, technological level, releasing into rural and mountainous regions, should not be higher than the values indicated in Table A5.4 with Kv = 1.2.

3.2 If environmental authorities request more detailed division of rural and mountain areas (Kv ≠ 1.2), it is possible to use the values of Kv indicated in Annex A of TCVN 5994-2001 with corresponding KQ and KCN of emission sources to calculate allowable concentrations of air pollutants to be emitted.

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