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On July 20, Miss Mina Sue Choi – Miss Earth 2022 and Miss Earth Vietnam 2022 – Miss Thach Thu Thao had a meaningful visit at DUYTAN Plastic Recycling Factory. Besides wanting to learn more about how to collect used plastic bottles in the environment, recycle them and give plastic a new life. The most prominent thing to mention is the activity of creating a mark of planting trees at the factory campus. Miss Mina Sue Choi shared that this activity was carried out with the main purpose of contributing to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and at the same time, improving the landscape and aiming for the common goal of sustainable development.

Miss Earth 2022 Mina Sue Choi & Miss Earth Vietnam 2022 Thach Thu Thao

Miss Earth is known as one of the 4 most prestigious and famous beauty contests in the world. With the criterion of not only looking for a beauty queen with outstanding beauty and intelligence, but also aiming for practical activities on the environment. For that reason, DUYTAN Plastic Recycling is honored to be the Ambassador for Sustainable Development with Miss Earth Vietnam 2023 to further spread the classification and use of recycled plastic.

One of the important reasons that DUYTAN Plastic Recycling accompanies the Miss Earth Vietnam 2023 program is its determination to take action for the environment, using voice to raise awareness of protecting the living environment. Along with biodiversity and beautiful natural landscapes, DTR believes that Miss Earth will affirm to the world that Vietnam is always a country worth living with sustainability and a green – clean – beautiful environment.

DUYTAN Plastic Recycling hopes that this cooperation will not only contribute professional knowledge and practical experience on sustainable development to the programme,, but through it, it will also be an opportunity to contribute to increasing awareness in sorting plastic waste properly and using environmentally friendly recycled plastic packaging.

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