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Turning waste products into useful resources


Cheng (fourth left) and Yonggong Chen (third right) shaking hands after signing the MoU at Jade Palace Restaurant. Looking on are (from left) H’ng, Phee and Zhang Li (right).

Cheng (fourth left) and Yonggong Chen (third right) shaking hands after signing the MoU at Jade Palace Restaurant. Looking on are (from left) H’ng, Phee and Zhang Li (right).

A MALAYSIAN company will work with its China counterpart to improve the agriculture industry in the country.

Yenher Agro-Products Sdn Bhd’s managing director Cheng Mooh Tat and Fujian Academy of Agriculture Sciences’ director-general Yonggong Chen signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to make use of special enzyme to ferment agricultural waste products to produce ‘fertiliser’.

“We will also carry out research and development to control diseases in animals and increase their immunity against diseases,” Cheng said.

He added that they will use animal waste as organic fertiliser to reduce environmental pollution.

“We hope to come up with ideas to ensure the good health of animals and create a good environment for them to breed,” he said.

Meanwhile, Penang Welfare, Caring Government and Environment Committee chairman Phee Boon Poh in his speech thanked both companies and praised them for turning ‘waste products as resources’.

“Through this, locals can help develop waste products into something useful,” he said after witnessing the MoU signing at Jade Palace Restaurant, Gurney Paragon Mall recently.

Also present were Jawi assemblyman H’ng Mooi Lye and the Vice Consul-General of the People’s Republic of China in Penang Zhang Li.

Northern Region , China

   

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