Monday, 19 March 2012

Effluent Standard: Discharge Limits for Industrial Effluent based on Environmental Quality (Industrial Effluent) Regulations, 2009 (Malaysia)

The reason for this publication is for easy referencing by all interested parties as the law book in not always handy! If you need to view the bulk of this law, kindly link to: or simply click on the above page titled 'IETS & Law'. Cheerio!

Sunday, 18 March 2012

Environmental Issues from Coal-Fired Power Plant - An Overview. (Public Paper)

This paper displays and discuss environmental issues related to coal-fired power plants in a holistic manner. Summary of applicable legal requirements in Malaysia are provided throughout the chronology of this industrial activity. Presented in public on April 24, 2012 in Impiana KLCC Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as invited speaker for Marlene Insurance Brokers Sdn Bhd in an event for Tenaga Nasional Berhad titled "Seminar On Power Utility Operations & Maintenance Management".

Friday, 16 March 2012

S.H.E MS - Overview of concept.

Quality, safety, health and environment are different fields that integrate disciplines from both the physical and natural sciences. They are able to interact beyond most mathematical logic, that is, their actual risk to human and the environment are usually prevailed when it occur either by accidents, and/or catastrophic incidents. We learn to be prepared. Inevitably, despite relentless efforts in magnifying such awareness amongst concerned personnel, these compounded risks seem to persist.
Keterangan didalam Bahasa Melayu disediakan.

Wednesday, 7 March 2012

ISO14001 - Environmental Scent in Globalized Sense

The chemistry of how EMS affects organization is pretty much a chemistry. The world is the entire complex compound. Organizations, governments, consumers, trade associations etc., are molecules that constitutes this compound and each molecule is comprised of several elements. So, a business organization is an element which belongs to a group of molecule known as businesses. As an element, it consists of neutron (shareholders and capital), proton (assets: operational equipment, workers, etc), and electron (fund reserves, profit or surplus - money). The environment is where the compound, molecules and elements resides and also where all the interactions and exchanges takes place. Most importantly, the environment contains all the supplies that we need.