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Unilever Vietnam and DUYTAN Recycling: Organise training on plastic classification and give gifts to staff at collection stations.

A satellite collection of DUYTAN Recycling at Vinh Long province

On December 20, 2023, Unilever Vietnam coordinated with DUYTAN Recycling Company to successfully organise the training programme “Classifying plastic for scrap purchasing facilities and giving gifts to employees” at the Dong Lam collection station (Vinh Long), Khanh Nga collection station (Tien Giang) and 10 south-western region Vietnam. This is one of the activities in the chain of the “Plastic Collection and Recycling” project to classify waste at source, signed between DUYTAN Recycling and Unilever Vietnam, towards a circular economy in Vietnam. Previously, the two businesses committed to close cooperation with a specific action plan. During the 5-year period from now to 2027, cooperation will aim to collect and recycle 30,000 tons of plastic waste.

In parallel with the goal of building a circular cycle of plastic to protect the environment, this cooperation also contributes to realizing social goals through improving working conditions, hygiene, and health; training to raise awareness and capacity; and improving livelihoods and social safety factors for waste collectors at more than 100 collection stations in DUYTAN Recycling’s value chain.

The partnership between Unilever Vietnam and DUYTAN Recycling is a step forward in promoting the use of recycled plastic in Unilever’s packaging production, thereby increasing recycling activities and creating a circular cycle for plastic waste in Vietnam.

At the end of the training session, representatives of the Board of Directors of Unilever Vietnam and DUYTAN Recycling presented gifts and labour protection equipment to staff at the collection station. This is a meaningful and very practical action that demonstrates the company close attention to the material and spiritual lives of staff and workers.

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