Unleashing the power of waste-to-energy

Local communities should thus focus on projects that re-educate the younger generation on the underlying principles in waste management that eventually lead to the establishment of WTE plants. — Bloomberg

IN the face of urgency to shift towards sustainable practices, the recently proposed Sultan Idris Shah (SIS) waste-to-energy (WTE) Green Energy Plant in Rawang, Selangor, emerges as a crucial stride toward a responsible future.

In a world grappling with depleting landfill capacities and escalating environmental risks, this project holds immense significance that cannot be overlooked, especially as Malaysia celebrates its 66th Merdeka Anniversary.

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