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Hanoi (VNA) – Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh signed a decision approving a development program for uncooked building materials in Vietnam until 2030.

The program aims to promote the production and use of unfired building materials to replace fired clay bricks, to efficiently use agricultural land resources, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution of the environment. environment and to use industrial waste.

Under the program, special attention will be given to scaling up the production and use of unbaked building materials to replace around 35-40 percent of total clay bricks by 2025, and 40 to 45 percent by 2030; ensure the regulated rate of use of unburned building materials in construction works.

It also aims to reduce CO2 emissions by over 2.5 million tonnes per year by 2025 and over 3 million tonnes per year by 2030.

Accordingly, special attention will be paid to the application of modern production technologies in the production and production of large-sized uncooked building materials and lightweight products depending on the availability of raw material supplies and demands. of the market.

The program will also promote the quality control of unburnt building material products to meet standards and regulations, and the inspection of the implementation of relevant regulations and legal documents to promote the production and use of materials. building materials not burnt. /.

VNA