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Serba Dinamik Takes The Environment Seriously

Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd has made the health of the environment its business.

Following his participation in a recent panel discussion at KWAP Inspire: Environmental Conference 2018 and during an exclusive interview with Bernama, Serba Dinamik group managing director, Datuk Dr Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullah, said, “It is our corporate duty to look after the environment and make certain our activities don’t have an impact on the environment.”

“This is why Serba Dinamik is eager to explore and dominate the latest technology in reducing hazardous emissions.”

Serba Dinamik is an international energy services group providing engineering solutions to the oil and gas, and power generation industries. Its current focus is renewable energy technologies like hydroelectric power generation, which is non-polluting.

Abdul Karim said his company, which operates facilities in Malaysia, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, the United Kingdom and newly Central Asia and Africa, is actively pursuing this because it has a good return on investment, citing the better tariff return compared to the tariff from electricity generation by coal and natural gas power plants.

As it happens, the panel he was on during the two-day conference at the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur themed ‘Igniting Action for a Better Tomorrow’ and hosted by Kumpulan Wang Persaraan (KWAP) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), discussed alternatives to burning fossil fuel for energy.

The panellists discussed its effects on the ozone layer and countries like India and China which are the world’s biggest polluters.

“The people in Beijing are afraid to go jogging or participate in outdoor activities because the air quality is so bad,” said Abdul Karim.

“If carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide get into your lungs, it will affect your health. All this is because we don’t take the state of the environment to heart.”

— BERNAMA