Toyota Vietnam grows 1,200 trees in Ha Tinh
Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) in coordination with Center of Environment Training and Communication-General Department of Environment and People’s Committee of Xuan Truong Commune on Thursday reviewed the eco-village project at Truong Hanh Hamlet, Xuan Truong commune, Nghi Xuan District, Ha Tinh Province.
With the total budget of nearly VND1 billion from TMV, the project has shown encouraging results including handling nearly 1,200 trees (fruit trees such as mango) to households, along with labor cost and fertilizers to ensure economic benefits and sustainable development.
Besides, it also supported building a water supply system, installing a water filter system and new water storage for poor households; providing waste classification and collection tools at all households; building up a waste collection area, waste collection trucks and rubbish bins. It supported to build and upgrade the cultural house and equipped it with environment bookcases with dozens of useful books for farmers.
Besides, Toyota Vinh (based in Nghe An Province) also joined hands with TMV in contributing to improve the general landscape of the eco-village projects in Ha Tinh, with the support of 100 mango trees for each project, which are planted along the path from the gate to the cultural village.
This is the third project in the overall goal of building an eco-village model, which was started in 2009 and is one of the environmental protection activities of the Master Go Green project by TMV and the General Department of Environment and Ministry of Education & Training, implemented since 2008.