Binh Dinh - Implementing the Low Carbon Agricultural Support Project in An Nhon Town. Contribute to limiting environmental pollution, livestock development

: Thursday - 01/12/2016 10:20  |  Viewed: 1255
Within the framework of the Low Carbon Agricultural Support Project (LCASP), An Nhon Town has focused on advocating for people's awareness of safe livestock waste management and supporting people. People build nearly 2,000 biogas works, animal waste treatment. These activities have contributed to limiting environmental pollution.

In order to effectively implement the LCASP project, the People's Committee of An Nhon town has instructed localities to prioritize the selection of farm owners, large cattle ranchers who have a need to build biogas works. Project support construction works. On that basis, the Economic Department of the town coordinated with local authorities to organize training courses on safe waste management and the use of biogas works and support people to build and install. Set biogas works to ensure technical requirements. In addition to the capital support of the project (each of the biogas works is supported by the project 3 million), the farm owners, farms have invested more money to build biogas.

Mr. Huynh Toan Chi, Tung Truong hamlet, Nhon My commune was one of the first local households supported by the project to build biogas. Prior to 2014, my family usually stocked some sows and 10 pigs. Most wastewater and animal waste are discharged directly into the garden, smelly smell. Although, do eat, want to raise more pigs but can not, because the more livestock, the greater the waste. In 2014, after attending training courses on livestock waste management and supported by LCASP 3 million VND, I invested about 10 million VND to build biogas. Since then, animal waste is processed into fuel; Waste water after treatment is used to irrigate vegetables for livestock. Thanks to that, my family has the conditions to expand the scale of breeding. In the past two years, I regularly stocked 7 sows and 40 porkers, from 3 to 4 months to finish a piggy bank, earning about 80 million VND. In addition, each month my family also saved from about 300 thousand of money to buy gas and other fuels, "Chi said.

Mr. Tran Van Chung, in the same village of Tung Truong, also built and operated effectively biogas works. Chung pointed out to us: "Since the introduction of biogas works, livestock waste is processed into fuel so there is no odor, income from raising pigs is higher. before"

Mr. Tran Anh Tan, Vice Chairman of the People's Committee of Nhon My Commune, said that from 2014 up to now, 174 livestock households have been supported by the LCASP project for the construction of biogas works and directed the people to manage and operate the works. . Most biogas plants have basically eliminated wastes in animal husbandry, creating favorable conditions for people to expand their production scale and raise their incomes. We will continue to mobilize people to register for the LCASP project and integrate project activities into other projects and programs that address waste in residential areas, generate jobs, increase revenues For people, strive for 2019 to achieve 19/19 criteria NTM.

The Nhon Loc, Nhon Phuc, Nhon Khanh, Nhon Hau, Nhon Tan communes have also accelerated the implementation progress of the project and achieved satisfactory results. In addition to the support of the project, many localities also provide additional support for each farmer, farmer and livestock owner to raise VND1 million to build biogas. Doan Tuan Si, deputy head of Economic Department of An Nhon town, said: The livestock movement in An Nhon is developing strongly and the waste from animal husbandry is very large. Implementing LCASP is a favorable condition for An Nhon to solve environmental pollution in rural areas. The good thing is that local governments and farmers enthusiastic response, so the project implementation smoothly and effectively. Since 1973, LCASP has supported An Nhon Town to build nearly 2,000 biogas works. Most of the biogas works put into operation are promoting positive effects, contributing to reducing environmental pollution, helping people develop livestock in the direction of safety and sustainability. In addition, biogas plants provide clean energy, improve livelihoods and improve the quality of life of rural people, contributing to the effective implementation of the new rural development program.

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