Bangladesh to highlight green initiatives at 3R Forum

Bangladesh green

Bangladesh will present the initiatives it has taken so far for developing green industry in the country at the 7th  Regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific.

Australia and Japan are jointly organising the Forum on “industrial waste management” to be held in Adelaide, Australia on November 2-4.

Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu is scheduled to leave Dhaka tomorrow (Sunday) night to join the conference at the invitation of  United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD), said a handout issued in Dhaka today (Saturday).

The minister would highlight the initiatives Bangladesh has taken to recycle industrial wastes and, introducing green technology and renewable energy in the industries to manufacture green products.

The Forum is expected to provide an opportunity to learn about the technologies already developed and being followed globally to reduce, recycle and reuse (3R) of industrial wastes.

It is also expected the Forum would offer an opportunity to transfer green technologies.

The Forum would adopt a global strategy to follow 3R in the production facilities and ensure sustainable development of the natural resources in the production process.

Mr Amu is scheduled to return home on November 6.

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