WATER RESOURCE & ENVIRONMENTAL
Sri Gading Water Supply Scheme
The turnkey project was implemented on a fast track basis and completed ahead of schedule to serve the pressing needs of Batu Pahat district, Johor.
Sungai Selangor Water Supply Scheme
Phase 2 of 950 MLD is part of the largest water treatment plant in Malaysia with a total capacity of 2950 MLD. The project satisfied water supply needs of Selangor and Federal Territories.
Semangar Water Supply Scheme
The Semangar Water Supply Scheme comprises a 320 MLD capacity water treatment plant, 6 pumping stations, 19 reservoirs and 185km of pipeline. With the Semangar Water Treatment Plant, Johor is no longer depend on treated water from the Public Utilities Board of Singapore.
The Besut Flood Mitigation Project
The project is aimed at reducing flooding in the Besut IADP area with the objective to substantially improve crop yields.
Subang Jaya 2 Centralised Sewage Treatment Plant
This is a fully mechanised sewage treatment plant based on oxidation ditch system complete with sludge treatment facilities.
National Water Resources Study • Rehabilitation & Upgrading of Water Supply Systems in Malaysia • Bangi Water Supply Scheme • Tenglu Water Treatment Works Extension, Mersing, Johor • SAJH Capital Expenditure Programme Phase 1, Johor • Panching Water Supply Scheme, Pahang • Pekan Water Supply Scheme, Pahang • Bentong Water Supply Scheme, Pahang • Fraser’s Hill Water Supply Scheme, Pahang• Bandar Kinrara 50,000 PE Sewage Treatment Plant • Bandar Mahkota Cheras 75,000 PE Sewage Treatment Plant • Kota Seriemas 150,000 PE Sewage Treatment Plant • Bandar Enstek 320,000 PE Sewage Treatment Plant • Master Plan Study on Flood Mitigation and River Management for Sg. Selangor Basin • Master Plan Study on Flood Mitigation and River Management for Sg. Bernam Basin • Flood Mitigation and Urban Drainage Improvement Project for Seven Major Towns in Perlis • Dam Break Study for Perak River Hydro Scheme • He Fei – waste water treatment
Climate change is the main concern of nations as current global environments are not looking well due to increasing carbon emissions. At RBSB, we have been involved with establishing effective counter-measures for adverse impacts and scoured opportunities to inculcate engineering solutions to create a well integrated and sustainable environment, balancing the interest of human and nature. Our projects include:
EIA and EMP for Senai-Pasir Gudang-Desaru Expressway
The EIA and EMP for Senai-Pasir Gudang-Desaru Expressway Project in Johor involved constructions of 77km highway and 1.9km Sungai Johor Bridge in environmentally sensitive areas such as mangrove forests, water catchments and built- up areas.
EIA for 57km Expressway Rail Link (ERL)
EIA for 57km Expressway Rail Link (ERL) from Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) to Kuala Lumpur International Airport
EIA and EMP for Muar Bridge and Bypass Project
The EIA and EMP for Muar Bridge and Bypass Project in Johor have developed effective counter-measures to establish a well integrated and sustainable environment for the construction of 13km highway and 632m cable stayed bridge.
EIA for Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
In line with the theme “airport in the forest”, the EIA for Kuala Lumpur International Airport considered specific issues such as peat swamp forest, agricultural and landscape resources, and the institutional requirement for environment management.
EIA for 500kV Transmission System
EIA for 500kV Transmission System in Peninsular Malaysia, comprised 380km long transmission lines, sub-stations and 60m towers.
• EIA for Perwaja Steel Plant in Terengganu and Kedah
• Environmental Quality Monitoring Programme for 1400 acres Bayu Lakehomes Mixed Development in Pajam, N. Sembilan
• EIA for Pahang Cement Plant and Kelantan Cement Plant, both with 3200 tonnes clinker per day
• EIA for 4000 acres Golf Course and Residential Development in Bukit Jalil, Selangor.