Thiết kế website - Mekong Biomass Energy


Thiết kế website - Mekong Biomass Energy

Thiết kế website - Mekong Biomass Energy

The Mekong Biomass Energy (MBE) is a leading company in Vietnam focused specially on manufacturing biomass products and bio-energy equipments in the Mekong Delta community, and is a pioneer of eco-friendly and sustainable products sourcing across the country. We strive to be the preferred supplier of cooperatives, delivering products, services and insights that help co-ops grow and succeed. We believe that growing together makes all of us stronger.

MBE is a largest biomass pellets manufacture in the Mekong Delta region. MBE is also a sourcing agent in Vietnam catering to the needs of international buyers dealing in a variety of eco-friendly products. We represent many overseas buyers and importers in the region. We provide buying services with a sound market base, adequate infrastructure and a wide spread network. We strive to meet client's requirements and offer them competitive price for their desired products.

MBE is committed to delivering on the company's vision. We highlighted produce products in adherence to international core labor standards, pay decent wages, maintain healthy and safe working conditions, and treat workers with respect and dignity.

The Mekong Delta is the heart of the rice producing region of the country and he most prominent irrigated rice system. Years ago, rice husk used to be a waste some years ago and was dumped in the rivers, causing a big problem, but now it has a value as we have turned it into the biomass-powered pellet. Along with the rice husk in Mekong Delta, the other biomass potential fuels in Vietnam are rice straw, paddy straw, maize husk, bagasse and coconut shells.

Most scientists believe that a wide range of biomass resources are “beneficial” because their use will clearly reduce overall carbon emissions and provide other benefits. Among other resources, beneficial biomass includes

  1. energy crops that don’t compete with food crops for land

  2. portions of crop residues such as wheat straw or corn stover

  3. sustainably-harvested wood and forest residues, and

  4. clean municipal and industrial wastes.

Beneficial biomass use can be considered part of the terrestrial carbon cycle—the balanced cycling of carbon from the atmosphere into plants and then into soils and the atmosphere during plant decay. When biopower is developed properly, emissions of biomass carbon are taken up or recycled by subsequent plant growth within a relatively short time, resulting in low net carbon emissions.



VIETNAM
MEKONG BIOENERGY

472 AN HIEP, CHAU THANH, DONG THAP PROVINCE, VIETNAM

USA
MEKONG BIOENERGY
4208 SIX FORKS RD. RALEIGH, NC 27609, USA

Email: info@mekongbe.com
Tel: +1 919 800 8766