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The objective of this study is to apply the AIZES: Agro – Industrial zero emission system (including components such as garden - livestock - biogas - household- treatment) for households whose main livelihoods are mango and pig farming to minimize environmental pollution and creating livelihoods for farmers in rural areas in the Mekong Delta. The results show that the amount of waste generated from the main components of the model is circulated and reused optimally. In this model, the biological componentsc (B: composting và Biogas) are important in converting the organic waste generated in the model into other useful products to re-serve the model. The T component (Biochar wastewater treatment station) is also important in the treatment of wastewater after biogas tanks to achieve standards and reuse in garden water supply, the remaining components play a role in contributing waste to the model for the best operation of the model (V: gaeden provide leaves, broken branches to burn to form Biochar, ....). In addition, the AIZES model has created a sustainable livelihood and contributed to an increase in household income of 77.100.000 VND after 1 year of application.

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Issue: Vol 4 No 2 (2020): Vol 4 No 2 (Under Publishing)
Page No.: Online First
Published: Sep 20, 2020
Section: Original Research

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Hieu, T., Van Tung, T., Thanh Hai, L., Quoc Vi, L., Thi Phuong Thao, N., Trung Kien, T., Thi Hong, N., & Hong Anh Thu, N. (2020). The intergrated model of industry – agriculture towards sustainable development: A pilot model in Cho Moi district, An Giang province. Science & Technology Development Journal - Science of The Earth & Environment, 4(2), Online First.

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