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50,000 plants planted at LEGO factory in Vietnam

The first carbon-neutral LEGO factory in Vietnam has completed its commitment to plant 50,000 plants.

The LEGO Vietnam factory is designed to be the group's most sustainable factory to date, contributing to realising the group's sustainable development goals including reducing global carbon emissions by 37% demand by 2032.

On September 15, the LEGO Group held a celebration to celebrate the completion of its commitment to plant 50,000 trees at the new LEGO factory in Binh Duong province. The above tree planting activity is within the framework of a series of community-oriented activities of LEGO Manufacturing Vietnam, as the response to the movement of Binh Duong province, setting a goal of planting 50,000 trees in the 2 years 2022-2023 to replace the trees that were removed to create space for projects.

With the number of new trees planted twice as many as the number of trees removed to build the factory in Binh Duong province, the project planted 7 different types of trees originating in Vietnam, to "enrich" biodiversity, creating favorable conditions for sustainable "green" development.

According to calculations, the factory will install solar panels on the roof and a solar power farm will be built on neighboring land. On that basis, the factory will use the most advanced energy-saving production equipment while buildings and production processes are designed to minimise energy use.

Currently, the new LEGO factory in Binh Duong province is urgently being completed; In this factory, the enterprise has built an energy center, 110kV transformer station, manufacturing, moulding, packaging and automated warehouse buildings on 44 hectares of land. The LEGO Group is also testing the use of trucks and motorbikes to transport necessary equipment to organise lessons for children in more remote and isolated locations. Additionally, in a total of more than 1.5 million working hours to date, LEGO has not recorded any incidents affecting working time, ensuring that the LEGO Group and its infrastructure are a safe place to work. safe for everyone.

Source: the Internet



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