Eco-Ideal is pleased to announce the additions of Ms. Chen Saw Ling and Ms. Chang Siaw Yen as new directors whom have joined the board of directors from 1st September 2023. In addition, Ms. Chang Siaw Yen has also assumed the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) from the 1st September 2023.
Eco-Ideal contributed to the publication of a special report on Extended Producer Responsibilities (EPR) for SWITCH ASIA Programme funded by the European Union. Our CEO Soon Hun Yang and manager Choong Lik Wei were involved as national experts for Malaysia for this project. The report can be found here: https://www.switch-asia.eu/resource/rethinking-extended-producer-responsibility-from-the-circular-economy-perspective/
Eco-Ideal has been appointed by a public listed company specialising in sustainable energy businesses in Malaysia to conduct quality assurance on their greenhouse gases inventory as well as to formulate a carbon reduction strategies and roadmap towards a reduction target by 2030.
Our CEO Engr. Soon Hun Yang will be speaking at the upcoming Biogas Roundtable 2.0 event hosted by Bursa Malaysia. This roundtable will be part of the emPOC conference which will attract investors, experts from all over the globe to the city of Kuching, Sarawak from 3-5 September 2023. Soon will be sharing the potential of carbon credits within the area of palm oil sector. Find out more here: https://em.pocmalaysia.com/programme/
Eco-Ideal is pleased to be appointed by a multinational company involved in iron and steel to chart its carbon footprint and subsequently look at ways to reduce their emissions. We see high potential impact to start emissions reduction with energy intensive industries as one of the pathways in meeting NDC’s target! One such facility consumes electricity enough to supply more than 1 million residents! In this sense, tacking the reduction in one facility is equivalent to tacking emissions from all the residential consumption in a city! If you are interested to conduct GHG Inventory and Emissions Reduction for your business, do contact us!
Eco-Ideal has been appointed to assist a major bank in Malaysia to map out their physical risk as a result of climate change. The initial phase will be focused on flooding and such mapping and disclosure will be done to align with the Taskforce for Climate Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) as required by Bank Negara and Bursa Malaysia. This preliminary assessment will include mapping out all offices, branches as well as financed assets and collaterals. Eco-Ideal will capitalize on mapping tools such as Geographical Information System (GIS) software as well as published flood maps for this assessment. Should you have similar requirement, feel free to contact us!
Our CEO, Eng. Soon Hun Yang will be presenting the city-level greenhouse gas inventory in the Smart City Workshop organised by Penang Development Council on 7 August 2023. Please feel free to contact us if you would like to know more about our services on city-level greenhouse gas inventory/reporting.
Eco-Ideal has been appointed to conduct a post mangrove re-planting verification exercise for a major bank in Malaysia. We used multiple approaches to ascertain the number of saplings planted. The approaches include field counting, survival rates, existing diameter of the saplings and so on. Both physical counting as well as the use of drone were carried out.
Eco-Ideal has been appointed to assist a major palm oil biogas player in Malaysia to develop the necessary documentation for registration of a palm oil mill effluent biogas project with Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) under VERRA. The support will include determination of baseline, wastewater sampling, project document preparation and validation support services.
Bursa Malaysia and Malaysia Green Technology and Climate Change Corporation (MGTC) organized a stakeholder workshop to obtain feedback and inputs to an on-going handbook which would be launched later part of this year. Our CEO Engr. Soon Hun Yang is part of the team to develop the handbook and he shared the proposed content of some chapters as well as his experiences in developing carbon credit projects in Malaysia at the workshop.