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Perak Exco Visits Green Energy Asia: A Step Forward in Sustainable UCO Management

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In a significant stride towards sustainable energy and environmental conservation, Green Energy Asia (GEA) recently had the privilege of hosting YB Puan Sandrea Ng Shy Ching, the Perak Exco for Housing and Local Government, at their warehouse in Lahat. The purpose of the visit was to shed light on the crucial role of Used Cooking Oil (UCO) management in promoting green energy initiatives.

The visit commenced at GEA’s warehouse in Lahat, where the team provided a comprehensive overview of the UCO processing procedures upon its arrival. Detailed discussions took place regarding the challenges encountered in ensuring that UCO is effectively diverted from re-entering the food chain, a critical aspect of ethical waste management practices.

One of the highlights of the visit was the opportunity to witness firsthand the process of UCO collection at two prominent establishments, Pakeeza Restaurant & Catering and Dim Sum Discovery by Canning. These restaurants exemplify a commitment to responsible waste disposal practices by actively participating in UCO collection initiatives.

During the visits to these establishments, YB Puan Sandrea Ng Shy Ching gained insights into the intricacies of UCO collection and its subsequent transformation into renewable energy sources. The significance of such efforts in mitigating environmental pollution and reducing reliance on non-renewable energy was underscored.

As a token of appreciation for their dedication to ethical waste disposal, YB Puan Sandrea Ng Shy Ching presented certificates to Pakeeza Restaurant & Catering and Dim Sum Discovery by Canning. These certificates serve as a testament to the pivotal role that businesses play in driving sustainable practices and fostering a greener future for our communities.

The collaborative efforts between GEA, government officials, and local businesses exemplify a collective commitment towards promoting green energy initiatives and environmental stewardship. Through continued advocacy and partnership, it is envisioned that more businesses will embrace sustainable practices, thus contributing to the creation of a cleaner and healthier environment for generations to come.

The visit from YB Puan Sandrea Ng Shy Ching serves as a catalyst for further engagement and collaboration in advancing sustainable energy solutions. GEA remains steadfast in its mission to champion environmental sustainability and looks forward to continued support from stakeholders in realizing this shared vision. Together, we can harness the power of green energy to build a brighter and more sustainable future for all.

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