Environment Services & Clean Technology
KUB – Berjaya Enviro Sdn. Bhd. (KBE)
The Bukit Tagar Sanitary Landfill is designed, developed and operated by KBE, a joint venture company established between Berjaya Corporation Berhad and KUB Malaysia Berhad. The Sanitary Landfill is premised on a long-term concession awarded by the Government and supervised by Ministry of Housing & Local Government. The Landfill provides sufficient capacity to dispose solid waste from Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya for at least 50 years.

The Project has achieved various recognitions by local and overseas professional bodies, among which are the Gold Award of Special Merit for Environmental Engineering by the Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia, the Engineering Excellence Award by the IEM, and the ASEAN Outstanding Engineering Achievement Project Award 2008 by the ASEAM Federation of Engineering Organization.

In addition to this, it is the first sanitary landfill in Malaysia to have CER units successfully issued by the UNFCC. KBE also invested in 4.4MW gas engine which enable it to generate green energy from landfill gas, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, KUB Berjaya Energy Sdn. Bhd.

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AWF Limited
AWF Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berjaya Corporation Berhad, runs three potable water treatment and supply plants in Boluo County Longxi Town, Guangdong Province, China under three wholly-owned subsidiaries, Boluo Longxi Water Supply Co. Ltd., Boluo Longxi Zhiwang Water Supply Co. Ltd., and Boluo Longxi Pengfa Water Supply Co. Ltd. The water treatment plants were acquired by AWF in 2014 and commenced operations on 1 October 2014 with a total production capacity of 100 million litres per day of treated potable water.

DSG Holdings Limited
Berjaya Corporation Berhad has acquired a 85% stake in DSG Holdings Limited, a holding company with two potable water supply companies and one wastewater company in China:
a) Dragon Spring Water (Linqu) Co. Ltd has a 30-year concession on a BOT basis in Linqu, Shandong Province. The concession, which will expire in September 2036 will be implemented in phases with a targeted total capacity of 130,000m3 per day. The current production capacity is 80,000m3 per day.

b) Dragon Spring Water (Tianchang) Co. Ltd has a 30-year concession on a BOT basis in Tianchang, Anhui Province. The concession, which will expire in December 2036 will be implemented in 2 phases with a maximum capacity of 100,000m3 per day. The concession is now in Phase I of development with a production capacity of 50,000m3 per day.

c) Dragon Spring Water (Taian) Co. Ltd has a 25-year concession on a BOT basis to operate a 60,000m3 per day wastewater treatment plant for the Taian Dawenkou Gypsum Industrial Park, Shandong province. Implementation will be in 2 phases. Phase I has been completed with a 30,000m3 capacity and operation commenced in September 2010.