An Phat Holdings attended the seminar “Manufacture and consumption of compostable materials – the great alternative to disposable plastic products in Vietnam”Posted on
On November 23rd 2020, the seminar “Manufacture and consumption of compostable materials – the great alternative to disposable plastic products in Vietnam” was organized by the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front in Hanoi. At the seminar, An Phat Holdings contributed the presentation on “Scientific and practical basis of compostable materials; the difficulties, challenges, proposals and recommendations”
This is a high-quality and meaningful event in searching potential solutions to replace disposable plastic products in Vietnam; thereby reducing plastic wastes and preventing white pollution. The workshop was attended by Master Phung Khanh Tai, Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front, Professor Nguyen Lan Dung – Chairman of the Advisory Council of Science, Education and Environment, and other delegates from associations and enterprises.
Attending the seminar, on behalf of An Phat Holdings, there were Mr Dinh Xuan Cuong – Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer; Mr Nguyen Le Thang Long – Research and Development Director. Sharing at the workshop, Mr Cuong said: “As a business with more than 20 years working in plastic industry, An Phat Holdings deeply understand the importance and urgency of research and development of environmentally friendly products in order to provide an optimal solution toward plastic pollution. Our mission is minimizing plastic waste by providing compostable products. This will be key activities that we want to focus on in APH’s long-term sustainable development strategy.”
Also, at the seminar, An Phat Holdings displayed and introduced the company’s compostable product AnEco. This is the first “green” product line in Vietnam to achieve international certificates of compostability and environmental friendliness.
During the discussion, scientists and representatives from associations and business discussed the current situation of plastic pollution and defined roles of Ministries in propagating, mobilizing people to join the “fight” against plastic waste and finding solutions to solve this problem.
The recommendations at the seminar will make an important contribution to the scientific and practical basis of compostable materials and policies in product development and consumption. Therefore, it can be used to promote communication, raise awareness of agencies, organization and people to protect environment and our children’s future.