As the most developed state in Malaysia, Selangor is rapidly experiencing urbanization. As a result of population and economic growth, the state population generates among the highest domestic waste per capita in the country. Having engineered sanitary landfill alone would not be able to cope with future demand and waste generation.
As a result, Worldwide Environment has initiated a Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plant development project to be implemented within the vicinity of one of its sanitary landfills. This WTE plant, with planned power generation of 22 Megawatt (MW) will be the first of several more WTE plants to be constructed within the next 10 years.
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Worldwide Environment Division has been providing a vital service in the solid waste management services business for more than a decade.
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