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Program Bersepadu Kitar Semula (BeKaS)

Program Bersepadu Kitar Semula (BeKaS) has been officially launched in 2022 during the Karnival Penghayatan Alam Sekitar (Environmental Appreciation Carnival) in Jun 2022 at Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka. BeKaS program offers continuous initiative to facilitate staff, students, visitor and contractor performing the continuous practice of 3R activities. BeKaS program has committed to offer:

  1. Continuous and Systematic Programs of recycling activities at the registered Recycling Centres in campus and through Policies/Guideline Enforcement.
  2. Programs/Events (>4 Programs/Events) every year related to Hari Kitar Semula (Recycle Day).
  3. Every Friday (Weekly Program) as ‘open day’ at the Centre for Smart Environment (previously known as KPKA) for staff & students to send any type of recycle materials especially for the waste cooking oil (WCO) with the change of cash.

1.1) Continuous Program Implimentation through the Enforcement of Policies/Guideline
Digital Document Management System-DDMS, Policy of Waste Management in UTeM, eCourseFile and E-Waste University Asset and Inventory Disposal Management

1.2) Continuous Program of E-Waste Management in University: Policies and Regulation related to E-Waste Recycle Management in Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka. (Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka has fully implemented all the management mechanisms for E-Waste to all staff and student towards sustainable waste management through the policy of E-Waste University Asset and Inventory Disposal Management)

1.3) Continuous Program of myMesyuarat: The use of papers has been reduced significantly by using only the soft copy documents for more than 100 official meetings in unversity.

1.4) Continuous Program of eCourseFile: Reduce the use of paper for academic course file https://ecoursefile.utem.edu.my/

1.5) Continuous Program of Waste Cooking Oil Collection Vending Machine: Waste Cooking Oil Collection Vending Machine Pilot Project

1.6) In 2021, Melaka State’s solid waste collection company, SWM Environment company has given a Recycling Cage to UTeM for the use at the student’s hostel area. This iniative has a significant impact on recycling practice among the student and staff. With the company collaboration, the management of the recycle wastes collection at all Recycling Centres can be sutained in a very systhematic process. (Cage Type Recycling Centre)

1.7) A Recycling Centre with systematic collection and management by SWM Environment company is also located at the centre of university campus. (Cage Type Recycling Centre)

1.8) Another Recycling Centre with enlargement of capacity has been provided to accommodate an increasing demand for the user to place the recycle material (Colours indicator: Blue for Paper, Orange for Plastic and Chocolate for Others (E-Waste, Metal & Waste Cooking Oil). (Cage Type Recycling Centre)

1.9) Continuous program and encouragement by providing an appropriate facility of Recycling Centres at faculty building. (Bin Type Recycling Centre)

1.10) A Fabric Recycling Centre has been setup at the centre of campus with a collaboration between a goverment corporation (SWCorp Malaysia-Solid Waste and Public Cleansing Management Corporation), Kloth Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. and Life Line Clothing Malaysia (LLCM) companies. This program allows a plenty types of fabric to be ganthered in a special provided container (Container Type Recycling Centre)

1.11) The continuous program for organic waste compost: A group of students that enrolled Environmental Sustainable subject manages the process of the compost production through the Takakura Composting Method.


2.1) Plastic, Paper, Waste Cooking Oil and Electric-Electronic Equipment Wastes Collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (1st Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).

2.2) Plastic, Paper, Waste Cooking Oil and Electric-Electronic Equipment Wastes Collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (2nd Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).

2.3) Plastic, Paper, Waste Cooking Oil and Electric-Electronic Equipment Wastes Collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (3rd Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).

2.4) Open Booth Recycling Program: A booth to promote recycling actvities has been organised at an university event with JICA-Japan International Cooperation Agency volunteer, Ms. Yuka (attached about 1 year at UTeM).

2.5) The Best Practice of Recycling Program: This program focuses on guiding and teaching directly to student and staff how to determine what they can and cannot recycle especially for paper, paper box, beverage can and plastics during a university event.

2.6) Recycling Program at University Lakes-World Cleanup Day Program: Picking up trash and sorting for recycle materials such as plactic bottles around university’s lakes

2.7) Awareness Recycling Program: A short course program to the UTeM staf about the recycling management and green practice activities

2.8) Awareness Recycling Program: Awareness talk (in hybrid mode) about recycling to office/faculty at UTeM and providing an appropriate Recycle Waste Bin to increase the practice of recycle activity

2.9) Awareness Recycling Program: Awareness talk about recycling management to office/faculty at UTeM conducted by SWM Environment company as a Melaka State’s solid waste collection company to increase the practice of recycle activity

2.10) Awareness Recycling Program: Online awareness talk to students about 3R practice & management.

2.11) Awareness-Demonstration Recycling Program: Awareness talk and a demonstration of organic recycling initiative (Recycling Waste Cooking Oil into Soap and Creative Candle)

2.12) Demonstration Recycling Program: UTeM offers Co-curricular Courses about environment preservation. One of the programs in the course is to demonstrate and teach the students how to conduct the organic recycling activity such as performing the Recycling Food Waste into Compost through the Takakura Composting Method.

2.13) Awareness Recycling Program: The recycling and green practices awareness program has reached out to a number of schools near to UTeM campus. This fruitful program was performed with JICA-Japan International Cooperation Agency volunteer, Ms. Yuka (attached about 1 year at UTeM).

2.14) Awareness Recycling Program: The recycling and green practices awareness program has reached out to a number of schools near to UTeM campus. This program demonstrates an initiative for organic recycling activity (Recycling Food Waste into Compost through the Takakura Composting Method)

2.15) Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Advance Manufacturing Centre, UTeM

2.16) Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Internal Audit Office, UTeM

2.17) Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by University Treasurer's Office

2.18) Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Centre of Language Learning-CELL

2.19) Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Faculty of Technology Management (papers & E&E equipment)

2.20) Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Chancellery Office (papers & WCO)

2.21) Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Faculty of Mechanical Technology and Engineering

2.22) Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycle paper management from the Centre for Smart Environment, UTeM

2.23) Recycling Program through the Development of Modules

2.24) Recycling Program through the Awareness Talk and Demonstration of Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) Recycling Process (WCO into Creative Candle)

2.25) Recycling Program through the Awareness Talk and Demonstration of Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) Recycling Process (WCO into Soup and Insect Repellent)

2.26) Recycling Program through the Awareness Talk and Demonstration of Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) Recycling Process (WCO into Soup and Creative Candle)

2.27) Recycling Program through the Innovations: Smart Sorting IoT-System for Inorganic Recycling Bin

2.28) Recycling Program through the Innovations: Smart Compost IoT-System for Organic Recycling Containers


3.1) Every Friday (Weekly Program) as ‘open day’ at the Centre for Smart Environment (previously known as KPKA). Thos program allows staff & students to send any type of recycle materials especially for the papers, plastic and waste cooking oil (WCO) with the change of cash.

3.2) Collection of waste cooking oil (WCO) especially on every Friday (Weekly Program). The WCO will be stored in university central store before being collected by a company.

Organic Waste Treatment

In Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM), the organic waste is mostly generated from the canteens and cafés only which manage and collect in systematic by an appointed company. UTeM has initiated all initiatives to treat organic waste in campus through the continuous offer of recycling facilities, awareness talks and demonstration programs. The collection of organic waste especially for Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) has been managed by Melaka State’s solid waste collection company, SWM Environment company and an authorised WCO company. All the appointed companies deliver the WCO to an authorized waste treatment plant that process the material for biofuel production purpose.

  1. Waste Cooking Oil Collection Vending Machine Project: University has approved to use the Waste Cooking Oil Collection Vending Machine to enahced the collection of waste cooking oil (WCO) from café, staff and students in campus.
  2. In 2021, Melaka State’s solid waste collection company, SWM Environment company has given a Recycling Cage to UTeM for the use at the student’s hostel area. This iniative has a significant impact on recycling practice among the student and staff including a collection of Waste Cooking Oil (WCO). With the company collaboration, the management of the recycle wastes collection at all Recycling Centres can be sutained in a very systhematic process.
  3. A Recycling Centre with systematic collection and management by SWM Environment company is also located at the centre of university campus.
  4. Another Recycling Centre with enlargement of capacity has been provided to accommodate an increasing demand for the user to place the recycle material (Colours indicator: Blue for Paper, Orange for Plastic and Chocolate for Others (E-Waste, Metal & Waste Cooking Oil). (Cage Type Recycling Centre)
  5. The continuous program for organic waste compost: A group of students that enrolled Environmental Sustainable subject manages the process of the compost production through the Takakura Composting Method. The compost product is used for the fertliser purpose.
  6. Waste Cooking Oil collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (1st Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).
  7. Waste Cooking Oil collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (2nd Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023). The program has a collaboration with Malaysia Solid Waste Management and Civil Cleansing Corporation (SWCorp) and local community.
  8. Waste Cooking Oil collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (3rd Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).
  9. Demonstration Recycling Program: UTeM offers Co-curricular Courses about environment preservation. One of the programs in the course is to demonstrate and teach the students how to conduct the organic recycling activity such as performing the Recycling Food Waste into Compost through the Takakura Composting Method.
  10. One of the best ways for treatment the organic waste is to transform the waste to other product or to be the useful by product. UTeM expertise has conducted several programs to support this initiative for example a series of Teaching Programs, Demonstartaion on how to produce the insect repellent wax (in candle form) from Waste Cooking Oil (WCO).
  11. Recycling Program through the Innovations: Smart Compost  IoT-System for Organic Recycling Containers
  12. UTeM supports several researches and developments of product from Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) such as WCO-Plasticizer, Natural Insect Repellent, Organic Bath Soap, Oleophilic Polymer WCO Solidifier dan Organic Intelligent Candle).
  13. Collection of waste cooking oil (WCO) especially on every Friday (Weekly Program). The WCO will be stored in university central store before being collected by a company. The company delivers the WCO to an authorized waste treatment plant that process the material for biofuel production purpose.

  1. Continuous Program of Waste Cooking Oil Collection Vending Machine: Waste Cooking Oil Collection Vending Machine Pilot Project

  2. In 2021, Melaka State’s solid waste collection company, SWM Environment company has given a Recycling Cage to UTeM for the use at the student’s hostel area. This iniative has a significant impact on recycling practice among the student and staff including a collection of Waste Cooking Oil (WCO). With the company collaboration, the management of the recycle wastes collection at all Recycling Centres can be sutained in a very systhematic process. (Cage Type Recycling Centre)

  3. A Recycling Centre with systematic collection and management by SWM Environment company is also located at the centre of university campus. (Cage Type Recycling Centre)

  4. Another Recycling Centre with enlargement of capacity has been provided to accommodate an increasing demand for the user to place the recycle material (Colours indicator: Blue for Paper, Orange for Plastic and Chocolate for Others (E-Waste, Metal & Waste Cooking Oil). (Cage Type Recycling Centre)

  5. The continuous program for organic waste compost: A group of students that enrolled Environmental Sustainable subject manages the process of the compost production through the Takakura Composting Method. The compost product is used for the fertliser purpose.

  6. Waste Cooking Oil collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (1st Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).

  7. Waste Cooking Oil collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (2nd Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023). The program has a collaboration with Malaysia Solid Waste Management and Civil Cleansing Corporation (SWCorp) and local community.

  8. Waste Cooking Oil collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (3rd Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).

  9. Demonstration Recycling Program: UTeM offers Co-curricular Courses about environment preservation. One of the programs in the course is to demonstrate and teach the students how to conduct the organic recycling activity such as performing the Recycling Food Waste into Compost through the Takakura Composting Method.

  10. Demonstration Recycling Program: A demonstration of organic recycling initiative (Recycling Waste Cooking Oil-WCO into Soap and Creative Candles)

  11. Awareness-Demonstration Recycling Program: Awareness talk and a demonstration of organic recycling initiative (Recycling Waste Cooking Oil into Soap and Creative Candle)

  12. Awareness Recycling Program: The recycling and green practices awareness program has reached out to a number of schools near to UTeM campus. This program demonstrates an initiative for organic recycling activity (Recycling Food Waste into Compost through the Takakura Composting Method)

  13. Recycling Program through the Awareness Talk and Demonstration of Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) Recycling Process (WCO into Creative Candle)

  14. Recycling Program through the Awareness Talk and Demonstration of Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) Recycling Process (WCO into Soup and Insect Repellent)

  15. Recycling Program through the Awareness Talk and Demonstration of Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) Recycling Process (WCO into Soup and Creative Candle)

  16. Recycling Program through the Innovations: Smart Compost IoT-System for Organic Recycling Containers

  17. UTeM supports several researches and developments of product from Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) such as WCO-Plasticizer, Natural Insect Repellent, Organic Bath Soap, Oleophilic Polymer WCO Solidifier dan Organic Intelligent Candle).

  18. Collection of waste cooking oil (WCO) especially on every Friday (Weekly Program). The WCO will be stored in university central store before being collected by a company. The company delivers the WCO to an authorized waste treatment plant that process the material for biofuel production purpose .

Inorganic Waste Treatment

In Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM), inorganic waste in campus has been managed and collected by appointed companies. UTeM has initiated all initiatives to treat inorganic waste in campus through the continuous offer of recycling facilities, awareness talks and demonstration program. The collection of inorganic waste especially for plastic, papers and E-Waste has been managed by Melaka State’s solid waste collection company, SWM Environment company, an authorised recycle company and E-Waste Recovery company licensed by Department of Environment (DoE) – Ministry of Natural Resources, Environment and Climate Change. All the appointed companies are required to deliver all the collected recycle materials/items to an authorized recovery facility for the the half-recovery and full recovery procesess.

  1. A Continuous Program of E-Waste Management in University: Policies and Regulation related to E-Waste Recycle Management in Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka
    (Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka has fully implemented all the management mechanisms for E-Waste to all staff and student towards sustainable waste management through the policy of E-Waste University Asset and Inventory Disposal Management)

    The focus for the recycling of E-waste management is related to TWO (2) Management Mechanisms:
    • Type 1: Management Mechanisms for E-Waste of University Inventory-Asset
    • Type 3: Management Mechanisms for Indivdual E-Waste

  2. In 2021, Melaka State’s solid waste collection company, SWM Environment company has given a Recycling Cage to UTeM for the use at the student’s hostel area. This iniative has a significant impact on recycling practice (Plastic, Paper & Indvidual E-Waste) among the student and staff. With the company collaboration, the management of the recycle wastes collection at all Recycling Centres can be sustained in a very systhematic process. (Cage Type Recycling Centre)
  3. A Recycling Centre with systematic collection and management by SWM Environment company is also located at the centre of university campus. (Cage Type Recycling Centre)
  4. Another Recycling Centre with enlargement of capacity has been provided to accommodate an increasing demand for the user to place the recycle material (Colours indicator: Blue for Paper, Orange for Plastic and Chocolate for Others (E-Waste, Metal & Waste Cooking Oil). (Cage Type Recycling Centre)
  5. Continuous program and encouragement by providing an appropriate facility of Recycling Centres at faculty building. (Bin Type Recycling Centre)
  6. A Fabric Recycling Centre has been setup at the centre of campus with a collaboration between a government corporation (SWCorp Malaysia-Solid Waste and Public Cleansing Management Corporation), Kloth Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. and Life Line Clothing Malaysia (LLCM) companies. This program allows a plenty type of fabric to be gathered in a special provided container (Container Type Recycling Centre)
  7. Plastic, Paper and Electric-Electronic Equipment Wastes Collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (1st Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).
  8. Plastic, Paper, and Electric-Electronic Equipment Wastes Collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (2nd Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).
  9. Plastic, Paper and Electric-Electronic Equipment Wastes Collection at the Trash-To-Cash Recycling Program (3rd Trash-To-Cash Program in a year-until Oct 2023).
  10. The Best Practice of Recycling Program: This program focuses on guiding and teaching directly to student and staff how to determine what they can and cannot recycle especially for paper, paper box, beverage can and plastics during a university event.
  11. Recycling Program at University Lakes-World Cleanup Day Program: Picking up trash and sorting for recycle materials such as plactic bottles around university’s lakes
  12. Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Advance Manufacturing Centre, UTeM
  13. Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Internal Audit Office, UTeM
  14. Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by University Treasurer's Office
  15. Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Centre of Language Learning-CELL
  16. Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Faculty of Technology Management (papers & E&E equipment)
  17. Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Chancellery Office (papers & WCO)
  18. Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycling program organised by Faculty of Mechanical Technology and Engineering
  19. Recycling Program from Office/Faculty: Recycle paper management from the Centre for Smart Environment, UTeM
  20. Recycling Program through the Innovations: Smart Sorting IoT-System for Inorganic Recycling Bin
  21. Every Friday (Weekly Program) as ‘open day’ at the Centre for Smart Environment (previously known as KPKA). This program allows staff & students to send any type of recycle materials especially for the papers and plastics. All the collected papers and plastics were sent to an authorized company of recycling process.
Toxic Waste Management

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) uses chemicals and produces toxic waste or also known as scheduled waste (term use in Malasia) during experimental and certain educational works. Including toxic waste (clinical waste) produces from University Health Centre, all the toxic wastes in university campus were managed according to the university’s policy of Solid Waste and Scheduled Waste Management Policy (Enforced since 2016). The policy is coaligned with the enforcement of Environmental Act in Malaysia. In general, UTeM manages the chemical and toxic waste by recording the procurement of the goods, control the balance after usage and lastly stored the
waste in a storage before they are being collected by licensed company (licensed by the state environmental department) for disposal process.

The most important thing for storage of the chemical and toxic waste is to label all containers and kept them in a safe environment and protect any leakage even to the drain or soil nearby. The personal protective equipment (PPE) and operating procedures to deal with these types of waste are using Malaysia Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). UTeM is committed to comply any Regulation made by Malaysian Government.


1. Toxic Waste Management in Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)
-reference: page 7 of Solid Waste and Scheduled Waste Management Policy of Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka
(Enforced since August 2nd, 2016)

Toxic waste is known in Malaysia as Scheduled Waste by referring to Department of Environment (DoE), Ministry of Natural Resources, Environment and Climate Change, Malaysia.

All the toxic wastes (including the E-waste) in university campus were managed according to the university’s policy of Solid Waste and Scheduled Waste Management Policy (Enforced since 2016).

The policy is coaligned with the enforcement of Environmental Quality Act 1974 in Malaysia.

All the processes of packaging and transportation for treatment and disposal procedures are handled by certified contractor (licensed by Malaysia Department of Environment DoE).

As referred to the link in the last page.


2. E-Waste Management in UTeM

In general, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) has specified THREE (3) types of sustainbale mechanisms for E-Waste Management:

TYPE 1: Management Mechanisms for E-Waste of University Inventory-Asset


TYPE 2: Management Mechanisms for E-Waste Except University Inventory-Asset


TYPE 3: Management Mechanisms for Individual E- Waste

All of management mechanisms have been followed the specific Regulation, Policies and Guideline provided by government (Department of Environment -DoE) and adapted by university policy.

Detail name of Regulation, Policies and Guideline can be referred in the related reports and files (evidence link)


3. Sorting, classification, labelling and storing

Chemical Waste Storage

All the chemical/toxic wastes need to be registered (declared) by following the Malaysia Environmental Quality Regulations under the Malaysia Department of Environment (DoE) and UTeM’s policy

The identification and classification of the toxic wastes need to be done (by certified staff) before storing process (in toxic waste store) in order to avoid the potential of incompatibility issues. (Reactivity, Ignitability, Corrosiveness, Infectious and Toxicity).

In this example waste chemicals are segregated according to Inorganic Acids, Oxidizers, Solvents and Expired Chemical Solids

All the chemical/toxic wastes have to store according to the safe practice of storage guidelines as referred to Regulation under the Department of Environment (DoE).


4. Segregation, Packaging and Transportation Procedures

University will ensure only the non-expired DoE certified contractor is being appointed to handle the packaging and transportation processes for treatment and disposal procedure.

Consignment note will be received by the licenced (by DoE) Treatment & Disposal Facility regarding the toxic wastes have been received and ready to be treated & disposed according to the Regulations.


5. Clinical Waste Management at University Health Centre in Main Campus

Since the clinical waste is also the toxic waste, therefore the disposal management has to follow the same universty policy. Only the licensed contractor (by DoE) is being appointed to handle the packaging and transportation processes for treatment and disposal procedure.

Sewage Disposal

UTeM had built the Centralized Sewage Treatment Plant to manage the sewerage produce by the university buildings before it is being flow to nearby river. In complying the regulation of Department of Environment (DOE) Malaysia, all the necessary actions of sewage treatment process have to be practice and regularly will be audited by DOE Malaysia.

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) has taken an initiative to place the Portable Water Treatment Plant at UTeM Lake by having collaboration with local government (Melaka State Government) water supply services company (Syarikat Air Melaka Berhad, SAMB). The Portable Water Treatment Plant (PWTP) not only able for upcycling the water from UTeM Lake but also offer new exposure of teaching and learning for the staf and students.

In addition, Industrial Effluent Treatment System (IETS) has been installed closed to the laboratories that have chemical synthesis activities to ensure quality of wastewater discharged is safe and reach certain allowable parameter by Department of Envireonement (DoE).

Overall views of UTeM centralized Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) before disposal at Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka

  • Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) use the Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR) with extended aeration in the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP).
  • Typical an overall process of Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR) in the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) at UTeM

Overall Process Stage 1 of Sewage Treatment System
Process of treated wastewater/used water technically for downcycling:

UTeM centralized sewage treatment plant before disposal to UTeM Lake at Main Campus.

  • Scheduled Maintainance (Daily, Weekly and Monthly basis)

Process Stage 2 of Sewage Treatment System
Treated wastewater that follow Malaysia Standard Regulation wastewater quality will be supplied back to the river (through the lake spillway channel)

The quality of treated wastewater will be checked regularly according to the Malaysia Sewerage Industry Guidelines (MSIG).

Treated wastewater that follow Malaysia Standard Regulation wastewater quality will be supplied back to the river through the lake spillway channel.


Portable Water Treatment Plant (PWTP) for upcycling water from UTeM Lake

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) has taken an initiative to place the Portable Water Treatment Plant at UTeM Lake by having collaboration with local government (Melaka State Government) water supply services company (Syarikat Air Melaka Berhad, SAMB). The Portable Water Treatment Plant (PWTP) not only able for upcycling the water from UTeM Lake but also offer new exposure of teaching and learning for the staf and students.


Industrial Effluent Treatment System (IETS)

UTeM is also equipped with a basic industrial effluent treatment system that treats chemical waste coming from the laboratory sinks. The lab waste water containing chemicals will be treated by neutralization, and coagulation before being transformed into hardened sludges. The treated water will be discharged out.

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