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March 22, 2017 News No Comments

LGRC takes on international environmental defense at LIMA 17’

Langkawi Green Recycle Centre (LGRC) was launched by Deputy Minister of MOSTI, Deputy Minister Datuk Wira Dr. Abu Bakar bin Mohamad Diah and YB Dato’ Haji Mohd Bin Haji Abd. Hamid at Adya Hotel on the 18th of February 2017.

Developing ecological policies and its application experience is still very scarce. The transition of Langkawi Eco System is still at its very beginning. LGRC’s objective is to introduce new green technologies that could shape and overcome the eco-system in Langkawi Island, Kedah.

LGRC was founded by Mr. Mohamad Tajul Azman bin Dato’ HJ Ahmad Tajuddin who is the present Chairman and supported by a few government and private organizations included Pejabat Daerah Langkawi, Exco Pelancongan Kedah, LADA, SWCorp Langkawi, Majlis Penbandaran Langkawi, Bandaraya Pelancongan, Pertubuhan and Sahabat Alam Sekitar.

The present committees of LGRC consist of Eco Club Malaysia, KAGC College, Mutiara Atiqah, Bionic BCI Malaysia SDN BHD, Uni10 Energy SDN BHD and Cheminet Services SDN BHD.

Before we were able to participate at LIMA Exhibition 2017, whatever else each of us derives from our work and our belief, there may be nothing more precious than the passions that we truly matter — that we contribute unique value to the whole event, and that we’re recognized for it.

The single highest driver of appreciation is to the LIMA 17’ management and project team, especially Chairman YB Senator Admiral Tan Sri Dato’ Setia Mohd Anwar, General Manager Miss Norliza Abd Manap, Muhammad Haniff Mohd Shaharudin and Lt. Col (Rtd) Rambedan Ahmad allowing us to here at LIMA 17’.

The booth was structured in a way that helped participants to walk through the ecosystem issues, starting from the relevance of the waste management context. Along with, the solutions that have to be addressed, the intended or assumed impact of recycling polices on every individual in LIMA 17’ and finally to the actual implementation of recycling policies.

The essential core value of the recycle centre in Langkawi was presented based on the functions and activities of a committee organization. In this respect an analysis of a recycling centre was prepared and designed by Mr. Lucas Loo and Mr. Toh Hua Jie; Green Building Consultant and Architect by using bamboo as sustainable construction materials. The design of Bamboo Recycling Centre model was shown during the exhibition showcasing the promises and progress of the theme.

Policies for the ecosystem in Langkawi Island represent an issue that still needs a lot of attention. Little practical experience yet exists and most of the ideas are still rather theoretical. After each of our brief encounter with visitors who visited LIMA 17’ and the booth, we might add some observations about what we observed during the LIMA 17’, the responses were positive. Before long, others were chiming in. The positive energy was contagious, but it’s not something we can ever take for granted.

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