With the motto of “Quality creates prosperity, prestige creates trust”, Tri Viet has gradually built up and matured to accommodate major transformations and become a multidisciplinary Unit with full identity and sustainable development.

Tri Viet Technology Trading & Services Co., Ltd. was established in 2002. Starting from a Company specialized in electronic device, computer accessory and digital product trade (2002), Tri Viet has alternately expanded its business to other areas, including: office and warehouse leasing (2004), labor safety product provision (2005), cosmetics (2006), clothing, food and beverages (2010), environmental treatment & construction (2012) and dragon fruit export (2013). Tri Viet currently focuses its operation in construction, environmental treatment, clean agriculture, labor safety and cosmetics.

Since its establishment, Tri Viet has constantly developed and affirmed its name with domestic and foreign partners and customers. At Tri Viet, we take advantage of youth, professionalism and integrity to turn challenges into motivations for sustainable development.

Tri Viet has been fully aware that today’s success rooted from the trust and companionship of our valuable customers and partners, Tri Viet Technology Trading & Services Co., Ltd. would like to send our sincere gratitude.

Tri Viet is committed to continuing to be a reliable partner of our valuable customers. Tri Viet looks forward to receiving comments and opportunities to maintain cooperation with our valuable customers and partners in the upcoming projects.

Project:` Environmental Remediation of Dioxin Contaminated Hotspots in Vietnam
Work item: Construction of landfill of dioxin contaminated soil
Location: Phu Cat Airbase, Binh Dinh Province
Implementing Partner: Office of National Steering Committee 33 (Office 33)Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE)
Funding Agency: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Vietnam
Implementing duration: From 2011 to 2012

Project Summary

US Department of Defense (Conference in Hanoi, August 2007) informed that the Phu Cat Airbase was used during
the operation “Ranch Hand” from June 1968 to May 1970. Main activities undertaken at the airbase included: receiving of fuels, storing and loading of herbicides to aircrafts, and washing of the aircrafts after spraying. The quantity of herbicides used at the Phu Cat Airbase was reported to be 17,000 barrels of Agent Orange, 9,000 barrels of Agent White and 2,900 barrels of Agent Blue. Herbicides were transported by ship to Quy Nhon port, and then by truck to the Phu Cat Airbase. There was considerable spillage of herbicides during storage and use. In addition, used barrels with remaining chemicals were brought to residential areas by soldiers, and were used for various domestic purposes. The dioxin-contaminated area in the Phu Cat Airbase includes the former storage area, the former loading area, and the former washing area, etc. Over time, the chemical contamination has spread to the perimeter areas of the airbase

In Phu cat airbase, the contamination was divided into 4 zones: The storage area (Z3), the buffer zone, the sedimentation zone and Z9 (the southeast and southwest area). The total excavated volume of contaminated soil (5,400m3) was landfilled in a semi-subsurface area with covered with a cap. The landfill design was following all technical requirements of hazardous waste landfill. Especially, the landfill option was selected because it is a low cost solution, compared with other solutions and in the meantime, it still helps prevent dioxin exposure to human and environment.

The landfill is far away from residential area. It was built on an area of 5,600m2 and on an elevation of 30m. The landfill is on the northeast direction to the airbase and about 60m away from internal road. The Center for Environmental Remediation (under Chemical command- MND) was design contractor. Tri Viet and its partner was construction contractor for this landfill. The work that Triviet and its partner performed included not only construction of the lanfdill but also excavation of contaminated materials, hauling to the landfill, compaction and covering the landfill. The completion of this landfill in August 2012 helps remove Phucat airbase out of the list of dioxin contamination hotspot in Vietnam.

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Project:` Environmental Remediation of Dioxin Contaminated Hotspots in Vietnam
Work item: Demonstration of Mechano-Chemical Destruction (MCD™) technology
Location: Bien Hoa Military Airbase, Dong Nai Province
Implementing Partner: Office of National Steering Committee 33 (Office 33) Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE)
Funding Agency: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Vietnam
Implementing duration: From 2011 to 11/2012

Project Summary

Bien Hoa military airbase was known to be one of the strategic locations in the Ranch Hand Operation in Vietnam. Previous studies showed that the dioxin contamination in Bien Hoa was very high. The high population density in Bien Hoa City was considered to be one of the highest risk area where the human health could be affected by dioxin.  During the military operation, the airbase stored and utilized 98,000 barrels of Agent Orange, 45,000 barrels of Agent White, and 16,000 barrels of Agent Blue (US Department of Defense, 2007). More than 11,000 barrels of herbicides were shipped out of Bien Hoa Airbase during Pacer Ivy Operation in 1970. The previous studies focused on evaluating and eliminating dioxin contamination in area and lakes (Bien Hung, Airbase Lakes) located in the south of Bien Hoa Airbase. Vietnam – Russia Tropical Center analyzed some soil and sediment samples in Bien Hoa. Hatfeld Consultant and 10-80 Committee (2007) has provided information on dioxin contamination in the vicinity of Bien Hoa Airbase.

In the project “Environmental Remediation of Dioxin contaminated hotspots in Vietnam”, there was a component that was designed to demonstrate and evaluate a dioxin remediation technology that could be applied to Vietnam. After review technologies available in the world, the project selected Mechano-Chemical Destruction (MCD™) technology developed and owned by EDL, New Zealand. The demonstration was performed in Bien Hoa airbase in 2011.

Within this MCD technology demonstration scope of work, Tri Viet in collaboration with its partner provided all local support to EDL Company including: selection of the installation location for MCD system, construction of power supply system, improvement of water supply system, excavation of over 100m3 of contaminated soil and put in super sacks, provide engineers to work with EDL experts during demonstration.

The MCD™ Technology demonstration competed in November 2012 and the final report was presented in an evaluation workshop in January 2013.

Since 2005, Tri Viet Co,. Ltd. has expanded its business to labor safety products to serve employees, companies and labor safety gear stores.

After many years of operation and development in the field of labor safety products within many industries, such as: construction, mechanics, metallurgy, chemicals, fire prevention devices and safety gears for industrial zone, Tri Viet has confidently secured its position in the current safety product market. Tri Viet’s products are extremely diverse with many models suitable for the majority of domestic and foreign customers’ demands. Major products include: Sibille Fameca / France ; Greenlee Klauke Textron / USA – Germany , Tractel & Komet / France ; Kyorisu & Yotsugi & Izumi & Fujii – Yasuda – Kinden – ALPS / Japan ; Salisbury & North & Madaco / USA ; Young Kwang – Korea and Richteam – Pan Taiwan / Taiwan.


Products Images Product description
Respiratory protection Facemask, mask-filter, purifier, gas provider system, breathing air tank, etc.
Labor safety clothing Kaki-textured clothing, chemical-proof clothing, welding clothing, heat-resistant clothing, reflective clothing, etc.
Eye protection Dustproof glasses, welding glasses, chemical-proof glasses, impact-proof glasses, eye cleaning devices, etc.
Safety gloves Heat-resistant gloves, leather gloves, welding gloves, cut-proof gloves, rubber gloves, wool gloves, etc.
Fall-proof products Safety belt, fall-proof belt, fall-proof winch, safety connector, rescue, etc.
Face and head protection Safety helmet, face cover set, face cover sheet, etc.
Joint protection Knee protection, elbow protection, wrist protection, spine protection, etc.
Safety shoes Safety shoes, safety boots, amphibious boots, cold environment shoes, etc.


Since 2008, Tri Viet has researched and participated in the agricultural sector, with the first phase being sowing and planting 100 ha of red dragon fruit according to Global GAP and Viet GAP standards because it found that red dragon fruit brought a lot useful and benefits to human health.

Uses of dragon fruit:

  • Heart-healthiness
    Dragon fruit can help improve cardiovascular health by lessening bad cholesterol level and supplementing good cholesterol. As dragon fruit is rich in monounsaturated fat, it allows the heart to rest in its best condition.
  • Digestion support
    Eating dragon fruit can also help clean the digestive system. Dragon fruit has a high content of fiber, which improves poor digestion and alleviates constipation.
  • Diabetes prevention
    The high quantity of fiber in dragon fruit can control the sugar level in blood and prevent diabetes. They are also beneficial to diabetic patients.
  • Arthritis alleviation
    Arthritis is a disease that directly affects and causes irritation to joints. Serious cases may involve paralysis. Thus, adding dragon fruit into your daily diet can prevent inflammation and alleviate arthritis.
  • Cancer prevention
    According to Medical Daily, apart from Vitamin C, dragon fruit also contains carotene, a nutrient which effectively helps prevent cancer and alleviate tumors. Additionally, lycopene in the red part of dragon fruit is proven to reduce the risks of prostate cancer.
  • And many other useful uses such as weight loss, skin beauty, acne treatment, sunburn treatment, light burns treatment.

General information about plantation areas:

  • Plantation location: Ham Thuan Nam – Binh Thuan
  • Total area: 100 ha (70 ha of red dragon fruits, 30 ha of white dragon fruits).
  • Total average production: 300 – 400 tons/year
  • Output: 05 – 10 tons/month.

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