12 CPD Approved by EiMAS
INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
30 Nov & 1 December 2022
Through industrialization, we have seen a rapidly expanding market economy, accelerated job creation, and improved production capacity. More goods are being produced and manufactured within smaller timeframes and at lower costs. However, the biggest drawbacks and costs of this industrialization are the creation of by-products and waste materials which are harmful to our environment and health. The primary impact points are air, water and soil. Climate change, the greenhouse effect, health issues, contamination of soil and groundwater are all the results of industrial pollution.
Uncontrolled industrial waste and illegal dumping have polluted river systems and raw water sources. This has caused extended water supply disruptions in Selangor in 2020. Over a thousand areas and a million people in the Klang valley were affected and suffered extended water cuts for days.
The floods that hit the Klang Valley and other states in Peninsular Malaysia last year should have acted as a wake-up call for Malaysians. These events signal serious environmental issues are happening due to climate change. Scientists predict a higher frequency and intensity of extreme weather events as global temperatures continue to rise.
Throughout the years, people have become increasingly aware of the negative environmental impacts of improper industrial waste management. Nevertheless, managing industrial waste continues to be a challenge for all industries, including the government. To mitigate the negative impact of waste, we should establish better practices and solutions in the managing of scheduled waste, wastewater and industrial emissions.
Networking opportunities with:
Environmental and waste management professionals, managers, engineers and officers
HSE officers and managers
Production/process managers and engineers
Maintenance managers and engineers
Utility managers and engineers
Any personnel involved in Industrial Waste Management
Grasping the best practices and concepts of industrial waste management.
Getting updates on new technological developments related to industrial waste management
Troubleshoot non-conformities in treated effluent quality effectively
Prepare good and accurate information on performance monitoring record
Discuss the challenges and issues in scheduled waste management, wastewater treatment and air pollution control.
1) Scheduled Waste Management - Best Practices, Lesson Learnt and Case Studies
by Mr. Azhar Daud
Introduction and Overview
Best Way in Managing Hazardous Wastes
Lessons Learnt from others on Scheduled Waste Management
Common findings from nonconformity of Scheduled Waste Audit (ISO 14001 Audit)
2) Towards Sustainability of IETS-PCP Operations
by Ts. Mohd Shahril Kamarudin
IETS Operations, Challenges, and Case Studies:
Power Plant Industry
Sustainable Programs for IETS-PCP
3) Industrial Effluent Treatment System – Common Problems and Troubleshooting
by Mr. Donald Ong Choong Xin
Activated Sludge Treatment System Processes
Common Operational Problems
Troubleshooting & Remedial Actions
4) Industrial Air Pollution Control Management – Troubleshooting, Performance Improvement and Case Studies
by Mr. Khairool Anuar Ishak
Overview of Air Pollution Control Systems Equipment
Applications, Operating Problems, Efficiency, Advantages, and Disadvantages:
Gravitational Settling Chamber
Scrubbers or Wet Collectors
Choice of Equipment
Performance Monitoring and Preventive Maintenance
OVER 80% OF THE WORLD’S WASTEWATER IS RELEASED TO THE ENVIRONMENT WITHOUT TREATMENT”
THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD WATER DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2017
Ts. Mohd Shahril Kamarudin
Lead Engineer, Chemical & Environment, and working at one of the energy sector companies in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
CMRP S CUBE RELIABLE SOLUTIONS PTE LTD, SINGAPORE
Mr. Azhar Daud
Environmental and Safety Management (namely ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001), Environmental & Safety Awareness Programme, EHS Internal Auditing, Scheduled Wastes Management, Chemical Hazard Management and Chemical Spillage
(CePIETSO) in Physical Chemical Treatment Process in year 2014 and Certified Environmental Professionals In Scheduled Wastes Management on the year 2016.
Mr.Khairool Anuar Ishak
It is very informative & easy to understand
even you came from different background
— Wan Mohd Fazrul bin Wan Ismail
Business Analyst - TNB
This event very informative for participant.
Extremely useful for FM
— Woon Kun Kuan
Technical Lead - Titi Maju Sdn Bhd
Very knowledgeable speakers who are experts on their respective subject matter.Speakers were prepared on their presentations and engaging delegates.An eye opening conference. - Smart Building Conference
(30 & 31 October 2018)
— Jayaraj a/l Krishnan
Elektrisola (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Excellent values of knowledge sharing for better understanding - Smart Building Conference (30 & 31 October 2018)
— Fauzi M. Supandi
I received new sources of knowledge which is beneficial to my area of responsibilities, where I can hopefully apply to my job
— Wong Kim Chon
Head, CGPM - IGB Berhad
A lot of information sharing from very knowledgeable and well experienced speakers -Beyond Maintenance Conference (11 & 12 September 2019)
— Mohd Yasser A. Rahim
Maintenance Lead Flexsys Chemical