• Environmental Regulations
    abiding by the rule and they are proposed to comply with executive administrators (Pollution Control Department, 2004). For Malaysia, they also have an extreme focus of atmosphere principles to enhance their atmosphere. Residents should make sure the stratosphere stays fresh just like one of the...
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  • The Implementation of Environmental Management System (Ems) for Waste Treatment Plant Operations in Palm Oil Mills
    THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EMS) FOR WASTE TREATMENT PLANT OPERATIONS IN PALM OIL MILLS Sulaiman Bin Hj. Abdul Rahman1* Nor Hasni Binti Osman2* 1. Othman Yeop Abdullah, College of Business (COB), University Utara Malaysia, 06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah Darul Aman, Malaysia...
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  • Haze
    The haze is at constant phenomenon faced by Malaysia. The haze is basically pollution of atmosphere, which is clogged with pollutants and other substances from forest fires. The haze is direct effect of forest fire in Kalimantan due to slash and burn method of farming. The Indonesian authorities...
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  • Singapore
    President: Sellapan Rama Nathan (since 1999) Prime Minister: Goh Chok Tong (since 1990) Senior Minister: Lee Kuan Yew Independence: August 9, 1965 Population (2002E): 4.5 million Location/Size: Singapore lies in Southeast Asia, with Peninsular Malaysia to the north, East Malaysia to the...
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  • Green Tech
    the trans-boundary pollution from neighboring countries (Department of Environment Malaysia, 2006). The air quality status in different states differed according to the geographical locations, the industrial and commercial activities, populated areas and the traffic conditions. During that period...
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  • Economics Growth
    Diagram A Diagram B Diagram C Diagram D In the year of 2008, Malaysia GDP was 4.8%. In the year of 2009, Malaysia GDP was -1.7%. In the year of 2010 the GDP was 7.2% and in year 2011 the GDP was 5.2%.For the year 2012, the GDP for the first quarter is 3.2%. This indicate that since the...
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  • Tourism Industry
    Over the years, Malaysia has been the preferred destination for many people seeking less expensive tourism. We can find different kind of cuisines, races and cultures in this country which defines the slogan “Malaysia Truly Asia”. In 2009, Malaysia made it into the top 10 most visited countries...
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  • Genting
    . The Group’s environmental management systems are constantly reviewed and adapted in relation to four core areas of interests, namely the conservation of natural resources (energy, fuel and water), waste management, prevention of pollution to water, land and air, as well as the use of renewable...
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  • English for Written Communication
    contribution in Malaysia as below, [pic] The above graph was made probable due to the statistical values available on the Malaysian Air Pollution Index handbook. This is to show a clear indication as to the fact that motor vehicles are the biggest contributor to air pollution, not only in...
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  • Research Paper
    TERM PAPER LEPTOSPIROSIS ANS WATER POLLUTION NAME: NURUL AMIRA BT MAT JUSOH MATRIC NO: FIS 1207-2682 DATE: 5th APRIL 2013 GROUP: 7B INSTRUCTOR: MR MAHATHIR LEPTOSPIROSIS IN MALAYSIA INTRODUCTION Leptospirosis is most common in tropical areas of the world. However, it is becoming...
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  • Carson Enterprises
    bring in as many Canadians who are willing to live and work in Malaysia. In theory, CE would not have to lay off a single worker. Also, there are significantly fewer pollution and safety restrictions in Malaysia. Building a plant using current technology will exceed any likely restrictions in...
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  • How Is Liver Cancer Rising to Be the Main Cause of Death for Malaysians
    Malaysia, albeit the political and economic meltdown a couple of years ago, is a relatively safe country. However, what most people do not realize is that it also provides a very cozy environment for chronic diseases. Indeed, such health problems have been bothering Malaysians for decades. In fact...
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  • Lala
    process called wind power. * It is a long-term energy strategy because this technology uses natural source of power. * This innovation does not cause air, soil, or water pollution. * This innovation is totally different with other renewable energy sources such as nuclear power, which...
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  • Sustainable Transport
    TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT: CONTRIBUTE TO SUSTAINABLE TRANSIT AND LANDUSE INTEGRATION Zulazhar Bin Abd Gahni @ Abd Ghani (MB 111018) zulazharabdghani@yahoo.co.uk Master of Science Transportation Planning Faculty of Built Environment Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Abstract Rapid...
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  • hydro electric in malaysia
    Power Producer (IPP) in implementing the renewable energy projects in Malaysia. In 2009, there are 5 mini hydropower projects from 17 SREP participants, and one of them is Renewable Power Sdn. Bhd. This mini hydro is operating at Gading Reserve forest, Hulu Selangor with licensed capacity of 2.2MW...
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  • Firefly
    is a district of Selangor, Malaysia. This place was chosen as a place of study because of the uniqueness of fireflies. There have been opinion the magical fireflies are only exist at 2 places in the world, one of the places are at Kg Kuantan. Kg Kuantan not only receives the local visitors, but also...
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  • Mass Adoption
    troublesome issue that is still unable to solve. Due to the financial depression and economy crisis that occur in recent years, the manufacturing company prefer foreign workers that cost lower compare to local workers. For examples, in Malaysia, a developing country that requires large numbers of workers...
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  • The Tourism Industry in Malaysia
    behaviors and tends to bring about behavioral changes. For instance, turtle nesting viewing may bring pollution to the beaches which may affect the natural habitat as the mother turtle needs a quiet, clean and dark place to nest (WWF Malaysia). POLITICAL IMPACTS Investment in Tourism...
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  • History of World Bank
    control. For example, auctions of tradable permits to pollute and negotiated contracts with industry groups on acceptable pollution levels in a particular watershed basin. In each case the level of acceptable pollution is set by the government but how that level is reached is ultimately decided by...
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  • Penang
    . The famous Pesta Pulau Pinang is a combination of trade expo, family-oriented carnival and cultural events held throughout the month of December since the 1960s primarily at the Pesta site in Sungai Nibong and other locations in the state. Penang, long known as the food capital of Malaysia, is...
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