Some Main Causes of Marine Pollution in Vietnam

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  •   Cong Tri Tran

  •   Phuoc Quy Phong Nguyen

Abstract

Vietnam is a coastal country located in the central region of Southeast Asia, Vietnam has a sea area connecting the important sea transport route between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, especially the East Vietnam Sea are oil and container shipping routes from other countries to Japan, South Korea and China, which are consuming huge amounts of energy. Vietnam is in a position to have a potential for marine economic development such as shipbuilding, sea transport, port development, and waterworks, marine product exploitation, marine and oil and gas resource exploitation, marine tourism and islands, sea services, and other related industries. With such a potential position, the exploitation of the sea and the protection of the marine environment is an extremely important issue.


Keywords: Pollution, Oil Spill, Plastic Waste, Marine

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Tran, C. and Nguyen, P. 2019. Some Main Causes of Marine Pollution in Vietnam. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 4, 3 (Mar. 2019), 170-175. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2019.4.3.1214.