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Solid Waste Management (SWM)

  • Solid waste generation is an inevitable consequence from a variety of human activities such as in households, working places, restaurants and shops, shopping complexes, recreational sites etc.;
  • Growing population and rapid urbanisation have further increased the burden of solid waste on the receiving environment;
  • It is a challenge for all cities or towns in the world to successfully control and manage the increasing amount of solid waste produced without the cooperation from the local public;
  • In many cases, waste can be reused or recycled into raw materials or other useful products where depletion of new raw material for production can be avoided.


Our Services

Eco-Ideal has provided a diverse range of solid waste management services over the years. Our specific services in the field of integrated solid waste management include:

  • Policy and Integrated Waste Planning;
  • Legal and Organisation Aspects;
  • Master Plan and Local Action Plans;
  • Waste Minimisation Strategies;
  • Technical Design and Solutions;
  • Contract and Project Management;
  • Waste Characterisation;
  • Feasibility Studies;
  • Technical Studies;
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA);
  • Carbon Emission Reduction and Carbon Footprint Initiatives;
  • Data and Information Management;
  • Education and Training.


Our Strengths and Track Records

Our involvement includes various aspects of integrated SWM, ranging from strategic planning, master plan, legal and institutional aspects, capacity building and training, technical and feasibility studies, implementation and monitoring of concrete projects and programmes. Most of these projects are anchored in governmental agencies and we have developed strong relationship with our counterparts including providers as well as NGOs. Public participation in SWM is another strong field particularly in engaging community into waste minimisation and we have done numerous awareness and training events.

The selected references are as listed below:


Waste Planning and Management


Technical and Feasibility Studies

  • SWMC Community Initiatives and Educational Fund Dissemination Reports;
  • Existing Practices of Private Waste Transporters (Melaka) Survey;
  • Participation Rates in Scheduled Collection of Bulky and Green Waste Survey;
  • Waste Amount, Storage Capacity and Waste Density in Landed Residential Areas Survey;
  • Generation of Non-Hazardous Industrial Wastes in Selected Industrial Areas (Melaka) Survey;
  • Pre-Feasibility Study on Biogas Production from Palm Oil Waste in Selected Areas of Malaysia;
  • Identification of good practices on SWM;
  • Illegal Dumpsites Identification in Selected Areas in Majlis Daerah Hulu Selangor Report;
  • Handbook for LAs for Registration of Landfills and Illegal Dumpsites;
  • Amount, Generation and Flow of Electronic and Electrical (EE) Waste in Singapore and Malaysia Management Study;
  • EIA for Storage Facility for Used Oil and Used Batteries;
  • Waste Minimisation (Recycling) Master Plan Study;
  • Cost Benefit Assessment of Organic Waste Technologies for Hotels and University in Penang;
  • Fast Rate Composting Technologies for Organic Food Waste and Household Composting Options (Compost Bins, Vermin-Composting etc.) Assessment;
  • Pre-Feasibility Study and Biogas design for Biogas Applications in the Animal Waste in Sarawak;
  • Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Potential in Waste Sectors (Including Renewable Energy Potential) in Malaysia Study;
  • Pre-Feasibility Study on Wood Waste to Energy Power Plant in Bintulu, Sarawak.


Data Management

  • Web-Based Solid Waste Data Reporting System (MYWASTE) for Ministry of Housing and Local Government, Malaysia Set-Up;
  • DANIDA Solid Waste Management Component;
  • Comprehensive Environmental Database Management System Development – Including Setting Up the Sarawak Solid Waste Information Management System for Landfill Monitoring.


Project Management

  • Landfill Gas Recovery and Utilisation at Bukit Tagar Sanitary Landfill, Selangor;
  • Technology Assessment for Biogas Production from Waste at Centralised Livestock Farming Area, Samarahan, Sarawak.


Our Latest Integrated Solid Waste Management Capability Statement in PDF Format

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