RENEWABLES

Offering End-to-end Services

KA Petra Sdn Bhd strives to be a one-stop renewables management company. Our strength lies in our extensive expertise in providing a full scope of services in renewables management, which are in compliance with legal frameworks under Environmental Quality Act 1974, MARPOL 73/78, Renewable Energy Act 2011 (“REA”) and Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA), as well as our ability to engage with various industries, which is mirrored in our diverse clientele base.

OUR CAPABILITIES

A comprehensive range of scheduled waste management and renewables services including:

  • Solar energy solutions
  • Consultation on waste to energy
  • Waste sampling & waste analysis
  • Waste packaging & labeling
  • Transportation
  • Recovery treatment
  • Final disposal of waste

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES

We are helmed by a strong management team, including a Certified Environmental Professional In Waste Management (CePSWaM), who are experts in their own fields such as consultation, waste analysis and packing. Additionally, our Integrated Scheduled Wastes Logistic Management services have been recognised with certifications from Bureau Veritas for ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 45001:2018.

COMPANIES

Integrated Green Management Sdn Bhd provides consultancy and management services for the reduction of waste; from collection to disposal of waste, treatment and recovery of valuable resources. Our priority is to minimise adverse effects to the environment. We also provide consultancy services to our customers on the creation of clean and renewable energy that is sustainable, efficient and green.

Port Klang Port Reception Facility Sdn Bhd and Southern Port Reception Facility Sdn Bhd are in the process of building port reception facilities to provide end-to-end scheduled waste management services for the Marine industries, which is in line with the directive of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for the prevention of marine pollution by ships under the MARPOL 73/78 regulation, for the central and southern port regions respectively. These facilities are tentatively scheduled to commence operations by the middle of 2023.