After almost 10 years of implementation, current practices have emphasised the need for a transformation of the legal instruments regulating investment and enterprises in Vietnam, in order to ensure the transparency and equity of the business environment. Responding to this need, the National Assembly of Vietnam passed the new Law on Investment No. 67/2014/QH13 on 26 November 2014
The prime ministerial Decision 1469/QD-TTg to green-light Vietnam’s building material development has ordered limiting investment into certain materials that are currently in oversupply.
The Prime Minister issued Decision No. 121/2008/QD- TTg dated August 29, 2008 approving the Overall planning for the development of construction materials up to the year of 2020.
Decision No. 133/2009/QD-TTg dated November 3, 2009, of the Prime Minister promulgating the Regulation on communication for warning and forecast of natural disasters at sea
Decision No. 115/2009/QD-TTg dated September 28, 2009, of the Prime Minister defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the General Department of Taxation under the Ministry of Finance
A careful examination of studies shows that this statement is grossly misleading and represents only selective parts of the scientific info.
Compared to products coming from the petrochemical or metallurgical industries, chrysotile – cement products consume much less energy; in fact, the largest proportion of energy consumption goes into the production of cement.
According to technological design, most of wastewater from production process is recycling to production line. However, factually some small quantity of wastewater is discharged to surrounding environment.
Process selection – For the new projects, it should select the process line using bulk-load cement (cement is transported by pneumatic conveyor), automatic debaggers and bag destroyer machine, wet grinding
Hazardous and risk factors in asbestos-cement roofing sheets productiMain materials used for manufacturing asbestos roofing sheet are cement and asbestos with a small amount of Kraft paper powder, of which cement occupied 85% and chrysotile occupied 10%.
Access to safe drinking-water is enssential to healt, a basic human right and a component of effective policy for heath protection…
One of the primary goals of WHO and its member states is that “all people, whatever there is states of development and there is social and economic conditions, have the right to have access to an adequate supply of safe drinking water. A major WHO function to achieve such goals is the responsibility “to propose regulations, and to make recommendations with respect to internation health matters…”
The chrysotile industry created and is now implementing a responsible-use programme that is based on the controlled-use approach to regulating chrysotile. Representatives of the world’s major chrysotile exporting mines signed an agreement whereby they committed to supply chrysotile fibre only to those companies that demonstrate compliance with national health and safety regulations.
In the West, owing to the climatic conditions their industrial buildings and houses are kept closed to conserve heat. There, when harmful effects of asbestos were not known, asbestos fibre used to be extensively sprayed on ceilings and structures of industrial buildings and houses for thermal insulation. Friable low-density asbestos insulation boards were also used as inner roof to provide better fire protection.