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AKBK Sustainable Resource Management Centre|Malaysia Scheduled Waste 100% recycling plant

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To fulfill Joint Venture's potential by Reliability of BERJAYA Group & Experiences / Technology of AMITA Corporation

AKBK Sustainable Resource Management Centre is 100% recycling plant founded by AMITA KUB-BERJAYA KITAR SDN. BHD. (AKBK) which is a Joint Venture Company funded by the AMITA Group and Berjaya Group. We are providing services to wider range of local and Japanese companies throughout Malaysia since May 2017.

AKBK Special interview

akbk_special_interview.pngWe are pleased if you could watch this video of special interview with Mr. Chock (Managing Director of AKBK) and Mr. Sugie (International Division Manager of AMITA CORPORATION)

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AKBK provides Japanese Standard waste management services in Malaysia where the waste management risk is getting increased year by year.

akbk_image02.jpgIn 2015, an exclusive contract of Scheduled Waste (*) treatment between one company and the national government was expired, and the market has been opened. However, quite a few companies are providing recycling services based on highly versatile technology & know-how in Malaysia. In addition, nowadays, the problem of illegal dumping and inappropriate disposal has become obvious and the risk of the waste management is getting increased. In order to solve these problems, AKBK provides Japanese standard waste management services which can achieve 100% recycling and high transparency. (Photo shows the inside of AKBK Sustainable Resource Management Centre)

Business outline

AKBK is able to receive 14 types of different Scheduled Waste codes and produce ARM(Alternative Raw Materials) and AF(Alternative Fuel) for cement industry in Malaysia, which is homogeneous and stable by taking advantage of our original blending technology and system.

Main Receivable wastes

Sludge, Incineration ash, Foundry sand, Slag, Coal ash, Spent catalyst, Abrasive powder, Cullet (glass scrap) etc

* Some kinds of hazardous and toxic wastes are categorized as "Scheduled Waste" in Malaysia. Please contact us if you have any inquiries.

Address

map_malaysia-en_500.pngBukit Tagar, Bestari Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
TEL:03-5215-8327 FAX:03-5215-8256 
(The contact address of the AMITA CORPORATION International Business Team)


About AKBK

AESS... AMITA ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIC SUPPORT (MALAYSIA) SDN. BHD. is a wholly owned AMITA CORPORATION local subsidiary. (AKBK is a joint venture between AESS and KUB BERJAYA ENERGY SDN. BHD.)

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*In English, Japanese, Korean, Chinese or Russian