WHB’s expertise in this area includes the design, construction, operation, closure, restoration and after care of landfills, including the post-operation extraction of resources from a landfill.
Our continuous involvement in the environment business is an acknowledgement of shared responsibility for protecting and preserving the quality of environment.
Waste management has become increasingly challenging in view of the rapid pace of development and industrialization, locally and globally. Today, managing solid waste does not confine to disposal alone.
The degradation of waste generates landfill gas (LFG). The main composition of LFG is methane gas which is an ideal renewable energy source. It is collected through system of pipes and wells and then beneficially used to generate electrical power.
Malaysia is a Party to the United Nations Framework on Climate Change and has ratified the Kyoto Protocol on 4 September 2004. Through the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).
In Malaysia, as many other developing countries, there is a growing awareness of the need to continuously preserve the quality of the environment. WHB sees this as future of growth of our business. Thus, our role and involvement in the environmental management has expended over time. Another value-added portfolio which we are presently involved in is solid waste transfer station.
With the emphasis on an integrated solid waste management system, the Group is well positioned to venture and undertake projects in related areas of: