By: Zaki Salleh
Ipoh, Malaysia – In a bid to encourage recycling practices, three companies have been awarded certification by the Ipoh City Council (MBI) for participating in the recycling of used cooking oil.
The initiative, in collaboration with Biovisma Sdn. Bhd., a strategic partner of MBI, aims to curb the improper disposal of used cooking oil.
The certified companies include Fairway Restaurant RPGC on Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, KPJ Ipoh on Jalan Raja Dihilir, and V-Life Cafe on Lintasan Perajurit 6, Taman Ipoh Timur.
As part of the program, local businesses and the public are encouraged to collect their used cooking oil and sell it to the designated companies. This practice helps prevent the improper disposal of used cooking oil into trash bins or drains.
The collaboration between MBI and Biovisma Sdn. Bhd. underscores the commitment to fostering environmental responsibility within the community.
By engaging businesses and the public in recycling initiatives, the program aims to contribute to a more sustainable and eco-friendly city.
For further information on how to participate in the Used Cooking Oil Recycling Program, interested parties can contact Biovisma Sdn. Bhd. or visit the MBI website.