Letter of introduction

Dear Sir/Madam,

Warmest wishes of Peace, Prosperity and Sustainable Development to you and your enterprise from Vietnam Cleaner Production Centre Co. Ltd. (VNCPC)!

VNCPC is a member of Bach khoa Hanoi Technology Investment and Development One Member Company Limited (BK-Holdings) under the Hanoi University of Science and Technology and part of the Global Network for Resource Efficiency and Cleaner Production (RECPnet), which has been jointly established by UNIDO and UNEP, as well.

In line with the “Partnerships for Sustainable Development” principle, VNCPC pursues bringing clients with added value through updated scientific and technological services in the sustainable production field.

Currently, VNCPC is one of the leading consultancies in Vietnam with the following services:

  • Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production;
  • Energy efficiency and energy audit;
  • Greenhouse gas inventory and emission reduction;
  • Transformation into and development of Eco-Industrial Park (EIP);
  • Supporting access to green financial sources; and
  • Sustainable development reporting to partners.

VNCPC’s services will help your enterprise:

  • Enhance the capacity of the management team and technical staff;
  • Reduce the production costs thanks to energy, water and chemical saving and waste-reducing and recycling measures;
  • Develop inventory reports with measures to reduce GHG emissions; and
  • Optimize production process and innovate technology.

Over the past 25 years, since its establishment in 1998, VNCPC has continuously accompanied and provided technical support to thousands of enterprises of various sizes and forms of ownership, either inside or outside industrial zones.

VNCPC is also a trusted partner of international development organizations such as UNDP, UNIDO, UNEP, WB/IFC, EC, SECO, DANIDA, WWF and IDH. Therefore, VNCPC believes that our competencies would satisfy your enterprise’s needs towards sustainable production goals to meet the increasingly strict requirements of the world market.

Contact details:


Vietnam Cleaner Production Centre Co. Ltd.

Address: 3rd, Building B, No 125 Hoang Van Thai, Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi

Phone: (0243) 868.4849; Zalo, Viber, Whatsapp: 0912.103.672

Email: [email protected][email protected]

Website: www.vncpc.org

Annual Report: https://vncpc.org/en/annual-reports

A New Year with a fresh start. Happy New Year!

I wish in years you will have a good health, plain sailing in your work and your life!

Best regards,

Dr. Le Xuan Thinh


Vietnam Cleaner Production Centre Co.Ltd.

VNCPC Season’s Greeting

On the occasion of Christmas and New Year season, VNCPC send you our warmest greetings and hope you have a wonderful Christmas by the side of your friends and family.

Best regards,

Le Xuan Thinh


Vietnam Cleaner Production Centre Co.Ltd.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2021!

We are very grateful and fortunate to have you as VNCPC’s partner. On the occasion of Christmas and New Year season, we would like to express my sincere thanks and warmest greetings to you and the family.

Best regards,

Le Xuan Thinh


Vietnam Cleaner Production Centre Co.Ltd.

VNCPC participated in the Consultation Workshop on Sustainable Distribution System

On November 5, in Hanoi, the staff of Cleaner Production Centre Co., Ltd. (VNCPC) participated in the seminar on Consultation on Sustainable Distribution Systems by the Department of Energy Conservation and Sustainable Development (Energy Conservation Department) – Organized by Ministry of Industry and Trade.

This is a workshop to implement the mission of “Develop and Implement a pilot program to support the development of a green goods distribution system, promote green consumption and green trade” under the Target Program Climate Change and Green Growth in 2020 by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Attending the seminar were representatives of the Office of Cleaner Production and Energy Efficiency – Department of Energy Efficiency, Department of Domestic Market, representatives of the group of experts that perform the tasks including VNCPC, Faculty of Marketing – National Economics University (NEU); representatives of BRG, An Phat Xanh Plastic Joint Stock Company, and related units and organizations.

At the seminar, Mr. Le Xuan Thinh – Director of VNCPC gave two presentations: Technical guidance on Development of a green, sustainable distribution system and Pilot results of applying Cleaner Production in green distribution system development at BRG Mart 174 Lac Long Quan.

According to VNCPC experts: BRG supermarkets have quite a lot of potentials to apply cleaner production techniques. In particular, focus on solutions to save energy (energy saving), use water efficiently, reduce waste and increase the use of materials and packaging environment friendly.

The outstanding potentials of cleaner production and energy efficiency that can be deployed and applied in BRG supermarkets will contribute to the realization of the desire to build a green distribution chain such as: Reducing the use of old equipment that consumes energy and replacing with more energy-saving equipment (for example, proposing replacing old fluorescent tube bulbs with energy-saving LED bulbs could save 174 Lac Long Quan supermarket an estimated savings of 120 million VND/year).

Improved maintenance of system equipment in supermarkets (well-performed air conditioners, electric bulbs, chillers, etc. can significantly reduce energy losses, equipment failures), and improve operating processes. equipment in the supermarket (turn off the air conditioner 1 hour before, invest in the door for the refrigerator to reduce heat loss, etc.) and many other opportunities.

In fact, most of the cleaner production options are quite simple and do not require much but bring practical results for businesses. This will help the management board and supermarket staff to be more aware and think about continuous improvement in the supermarket, contributing to building a sustainable green distribution chain.


Successful stories and impacts of the EIP Projects to be shared across Vietnam

72 enterprises from 5 Industrial Parks in the northern province of Ninh Binh, the Mekong Delta province of Can Tho and Da Nang City have reduced their investments in energy, water and materials; and contributed to protecting the local environment. Some of these enterprises started to develop their plan to implement industrial symbiosis solutions, a further step toward sustainable development.

The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) in collaboration with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) is planning to organize a closing event in Hanoi mid-June to highlight successful stories and significant impacts of the Project “Implementation of Eco – industrial park initiative for sustainable industrial zones in Vietnam”.

The Project “Implementation of Eco – industrial park initiative for sustainable industrial zones in Vietnam” has been implemented by MPI and UNIDO since October 2014 in the pilot industrial zones: Khanh Phu & Gian Khau (Ninh Binh), Hoa Khanh (Da Nang) and Tra Noc 1&2 (Can Tho).

VNCPC expert measured and guided technicians at the factory.

Under the project, the Vietnam Cleaner Production Centre Co.Ltd. (VNCPC) provided resource efficient and cleaner production solutions to these enterprises to increase transfer, deployment and diffusion of clean and low-carbon technologies; to minimize Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions, Persistant Organic Pollutants (POPs) releases and water pollutants as well as to improve water-efficiency and sound management of chemicals.

In addition, the project also provided advices to strengthen legal regulations and policies on IZ planning and management as well as guidelines and instructions to facilitate the transformation of IZs into EIPs. One of the significant outcomes of the project is the issuance of Decree No.82/2018/ND-CP (“Decree 82”) of the Government of Vietnam dated 22 May 2018 to regulate the management of industrial zones (IZ) and economic zones (EZ) in Vietnam. The Decree took effect since July 2018.

Working with business on solutions to make efficient resources and cleaner production.

The project also helped strengthen institutional capacities on eco-industrial park planning and management at different levels, ranging from the central government to the local authorities as well as the management authorities of these 5 pilot IZs.

Guidelines on how to access green financing, what to do to prevent, prepare and respond to environmental accidents were also developed and shared by the Project.

Training for technicians of factories on industrial sybiosis

Thanks to the success of the Project, discussion on Phase 2 of the EIP Initiative is underway to extend the Project’s interventions to other existing IZs across Vietnam and ensure sustainable development.