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The treatment and management of municipal waste is becoming a challenging issue in the field of environmental protection and people's health. The "Proposing the circular economy model in household-scale for organic solid waste management in Tan Thanh Dong commune, Cu Chi district, Ho Chi Minh City" aims to analyze and evaluate the current of organic waste classification at household, thereby proposing the application of the circular economy model in municipal waste management in this area. The study was using the method of sociological investigation, collecting opinions of the people about the organic waste classification at household, as well as surveying and interviewing opinions of relevant stakeholders in the circular economy model (including worm farm owners, organic vegetable garden owners in the study area). According these results, it helps to give opinions and shows the opportunity to implement the circular economy model for organic waste management in Tan Thanh Dong commune, Cu District. This is an important premise for the consideration and assessment the potential of the circular economy model in organic waste management in Cu Chi District in particular and in Ho Chi Minh City in general.



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  • Thinh Tan Vo

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  • Hang Thanh Vo

    Email I'd for correspondance: hang_vothanh2003@hcmut.edu.vn
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Vo, T., & Vo, H. (2022). Proposing the circular economy model in household-scale for organic solid waste management in Tan Thanh Dong commune, Cu Chi district, Ho Chi Minh City. VNUHCM Journal of Engineering and Technology, 5(SI1), 29-35. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.32508/stdjet.v5iSI1.987

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