Curbing greenhouse gas emissions


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  • Sunday, 12 Jun 2016

1 Selvakumar showing the electronic waste gold plated lead frame before and after gold recovery. 2 The aluminum ingots at the furnace section recovered from electronic waste. 3 Workers at the hidden gold process unit.4 The stripping line.5 Dismantling the electronic waste. — Photos: MUSTAFA AHMAD/The Star

Cutting edge technologies are adopted to tackle emissions and enable recovery of 98% of household e-waste, reports DAVID TAN.

SHAN Poornam Sdn Bhd, a leading Penang-based waste management company in the country, will invest about RM60mil over the next five years in cutting edge technologies to ensure there is no emission of greenhouse gases.

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