Center for organic agriculture COAPS

    Company basic introduction:

    Center for Organic Agriculture Promotion and Studies

    Address: Vietnam Academy of Agriculture (VNUA), Trau Quy – Gia Lam – Hanoi

    Account number: 3120201009980
    At the bank: Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam, Gia Lam Branch, Hanoi

    Tax code: 0101619572-005

    Center Director: Dr. Tran Anh Tuan

    + Manager of Agricultural Microbiology Department: MSc. Bui Thi Hong Ha – Phone: 079 919 7177




    CPART Joint Stock Company

    Company basic introduction:


    Tax code: 0107298212

    Address: No. 11, lane 23 alley 383, Nguyen Tam Trinh street, group 51, ward. Hoang Van Thu, Hoang Mai District, Hanoi

    Representative office:

    P105, Lien Co Area, 6 Nguyen Cong Tru, Pham Dinh Ho Ward, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi


    Company account:

    CPART JOINT STOCK COMPANY account number: 130,320,105.3625 at Agribank – Ha Thanh Branch, Hanoi

    117,000,179,544 at VietinBank – Dong Da Branch, Hanoi




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    Address: No. 9 Tam Dao Street, Ward 14, District 10, City. Ho Chi Minh City (453 To Hien Thanh turn)

    Phone: 08 6977 4970




    Frequently asked questions

    • 1. Identify Eco-friendly products and services

      What is an Eco product (eco-production):

      There is no consistent definition in the world as an Eco product, yet it is generally understood as eco-friendly products. In APO’s Eco Product Directory (Asian Productivity Organization), it is defined as “environmentally friendly products and services that contribute to a reduction in environmental impacts compared to products and services. the same kind, as demonstrated by the voluntary efforts of producers to take care of the environment ”. Eco-friendly products are not only industrial products, but also goods and services in the agricultural, tourism and financial sectors that directly contribute to mitigating environmental impacts such as production of pollution control equipment, consulting services …

      Classification of Eco products:

      Eco products and services are classified and identified in three main groups as follows:

      A: Group of content in which products or services are shown to be environmentally friendly (Which)

      This group is involved in preventing global warming and the use of resources. It also includes problems related to pollution, waste disposal and environmental contamination of the air, water, and soil (currently serious problems in developing countries). Specifically, there are 6 contents as follows:

      • Preventing global warming

      Reducing greenhouse effects such as reducing CO2 emissions. Includes all direct activities that reduce the greenhouse effect as well as save energy, protect and regenerate forests.

      • Prevent air / water / soil pollution

      Reducing emissions of hazardous substances into the air, water, and soil environment such as phosphorus oxides, sulfides … are substances that need to be controlled according to environmental regulations. Also includes alternative products to avoid damaging the ozone layer, avoid the use of antioxidants, and services to treat air, water, and soil pollution.

      • Reduce chemical pollution

      Reducing and handling pollution of harmful chemicals affecting humans and the environment. These are chemicals that have been identified by law and require strict control. The reduction and treatment by recycling, reusing, and limiting the use of these substances in production also contribute to solving this problem.

      • Trash

      Reduce waste by changing products, manufacturing processes or packaging. Waste reduction efforts include reducing waste size and extent in recirculating systems.

      • Save resources

      Reduce consumption of resources such as mineral resources, forest resources, water resources. Reuse or recycle are also resource-saving activities.

      Ecological balance

      Products and services contribute to biodiversity conservation through the sustainable use of ecosystem resources, encouraging interest in the benefits of utilizing genetic resources.

    • 2. Words in the Law on Environmental Protection 2005
      1. 1. Environment includes natural elements and man-made substances surrounding humans, affecting the life, production, existence and development of humans and creatures. Environmental composition is the physical element that makes up the environment such as soil, water, air, sound, light, organism, ecosystem and other material forms. Activities of environmental protection are activities to keep the environment fresh, clean and beautiful; prevent and limit bad impacts on the environment, respond to environmental incidents; overcoming pollution, degradation, restoring and improving the environment; rationally and economical exploitation and use of natural resources; biodiversity protection 4. Sustainable development is the development that meets the needs of the current generation without harming the future generations’ ability to meet those needs on the basis of a close and harmonious combination of economic growth. ensuring social progress and protecting the environment 5. Environmental standards are allowable limits of parameters on the quality of the surrounding environment, on the content of pollutants in the waste, specified by the competent state agency as a basis for management and preservation. environmental protection 6. Environmental pollution is the change of environmental components that are inconsistent with environmental standards, and adversely affect humans and organisms. Environmental degradation is the deterioration of the quality and quantity of the environmental composition, adversely affecting humans and organisms. An environmental incident is an accident or risk that occurs during human activities or erratic changes of nature, causing serious environmental pollution, degradation or change. 9. Contaminant is a physical substance or factor that, when appearing in the environment, makes the environment polluted. 10. Wastes are solid, liquid, gaseous matter emitted from production, business, service, daily life or other activities. 11. Hazardous waste is the waste containing toxic, radioactive, flammable, explosive, corrosive, easily infectious, poisoning or other hazardous properties. 12. Waste management is activities of sorting, collecting, transporting, minimizing, reusing, recycling, treating, destroying, and disposing of waste. 13. Scrap means products or materials removed from production or consumption and recovered for use as raw production materials. 14. The load capacity of the environment is the permissible limit that the environment can receive and absorb pollutants. 15. Ecosystem is a system of biological populations in a certain natural geographical area that coexist and develop, interacting with each other.16. Biodiversity is the abundance of genetic resources, species of organisms and ecosystems. 17. Environmental monitoring is a systematic process of monitoring the environment, the factors affecting the environment to provide information to assess the current state, changes in environmental quality and adverse impacts on the environment. school.18. Environmental information includes data, data on environmental components; reserves, ecological value, economic value of natural resources; about impacts on the environment; about waste; on environmental pollution and degradation levels and information on other environmental issues. 19. Strategic environmental assessment is the analysis and prediction of the environmental impacts of strategic projects, plans, and development plans before they are approved to ensure sustainable development. Environmental impact assessment is the analysis and prediction of environmental impacts of a specific investment project in order to provide environmental protection measures when implementing that project. Greenhouse gases are gases that affect the heat exchange between the earth and surrounding space, causing the temperature of the air surrounding the earth’s surface to heat up.22. Greenhouse gas emission quotas are the amount of greenhouse gases of each country allowed to be released into the atmosphere in accordance with the provisions of relevant international treaties.

    • 3. What is the RoHS standard?

      RoHS is quite complicated regulations of the EU, affecting most Vietnamese enterprises when trading, exporting and importing industries related to this market. So what is the RoHS Standard?

      RoHS stands for Restriction of Certain Hazardous Substances – a standard aimed at limiting hazardous substances, contributing to the protection of a green and clean environment. This standard uses European legislation to ban six substances that are particularly dangerous to the environment and to human health in the manufacturing process: Cadmium (Cd), Mercury (Hg), valence Chromium 6, bromine compounds: PBBs (polybrominated biphenyls), PBDEs (polybrominated diphenyl ethers), and Lead (Pb).

      This legislation is enforced starting July 1, 2006, all products that contain any of the above six substances are not sold in Europe. Along with RoHS there is also a regulation on the recycling of electronic devices called WEEE (Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment).

      Because of RoHS, manufacturers who want to sell their products on the European market must be registered with the “RoHS-compliant” Logo.

      RoHS / WEEE is fully written as RoHS / WEEE.

      – RoHS: Restriction of Hazardous Substances.

      – WEEE: Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.


      10 types of electrical and electronic equipment covered by RoHS:

      1- Large home appliances: refrigerator, washing machine, microwave.

      2- Small household appliances: vacuum cleaner, oven.

      3- IT equipment and telecommunications equipment: central data processor, computers, cell phones, fax machines, …

      4- Consumer equipment: radio, television, musical instrument.

      5- Lighting equipment: fluorescent light bulb.

      6 – Electric and electronic tools: chamber machine, sewing machine.

      7 – Toys, entertainment and sports equipment: electronic toys, manual game consoles, video games.

      8 – Medical tools: gas aids.

      9 – Control monitoring tools: hood, fireplace.

      10 – Automatic processing machine: beverage maker.

    • 4. What is cleaner production (cleaner production)?

      What is cleaner production ? According to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), Cleaner Production is defined as: … The continuous application of an integrated environmental prevention strategy in production and production processes. products and services to improve ecological efficiency and reduce risks for people and the environment. For the production process: Cleaner Production includes conservation of raw materials and energy, elimination of hazardous materials; reduction in quantity and toxicity of all wastes at the source of waste; For products: Cleaner Production includes the reduction of negative effects throughout the life cycle of the product, from design to disposal; For services: Cleaner Production introduces environmental factors into service design and development. Here, cleaner production is understood as the continuous application of production management measures, technical solutions, and technologies to prevent and reduce waste, increase resource efficiency, and economic efficiency. enterprises of industrial production establishments.

    • 5. What benefits does cleaner production have?

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    • 6. How is cleaner production popularized and deployed in the world?

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    • 7. Why can applying cleaner production improve the efficiency of operations and increase competitiveness of businesses?

      Our country’s economy is strongly integrated into the world economy. More than ever, it is imperative to improve the competitiveness of industrial enterprises. To improve the competitiveness of businesses, one of the decisive factors is to improve quality and lower product costs; on the other hand, it is necessary to have good relationships with customers and communities.

      It can be clearly seen that, when applying cleaner production, enterprises will gain benefits such as:

      • Reduce costs for product inputs, reduce costs for environmental treatment (costs and taxes are increasingly becoming a great pressure on businesses);
        Improving product quality and lowering product costs due to better management, higher efficiency in using raw materials, fuels and resources
        Increase profits for businesses due to lower production costs
        Encourage innovation because it is an attribute of cleaner production
        Enhancing competitiveness and foothold in the market due to better product quality and corporate reputation in the community
        Improving productivity by setting up the process and engaging everyone. The implementation of environmental pollution mitigation measures in this approach is a proactive approach, making the attitude of all members. business becomes more active;

      All of the above factors contribute strongly to enhancing the competitiveness of businesses

    • 8. What is Cleaner Production Assessment?

      Cleaner Production Assessment is activities carried out to determine the possibilities that can be effective for a producer; This is done by the business itself or by a consulting agency. Cleaner production assessments often focus on answering the questions: WHERE are the wastes and emissions generated? What is the cause of the wastes and emissions? HOW to reduce and eliminate waste and emissions in the business? Cleaner production assessment is a systematic approach to examining the current production process and identifying opportunities for improvement of that process or product. The cleaner production assessment process is divided into six steps: 1. Inception; 2. Analysis of production stages; 3. Developing cleaner production opportunities; 4. Selecting cleaner production solutions; 5. Implementation of cleaner production solutions; 6. Maintaining cleaner production. These six steps are divided into 18 tasks, as follows:

    • 9. How are CP reports prepared?

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