In the greater Kuala Lumpur area, Malaysia’s largest waste management company operates a landfill for the disposal of residual materials from several waste management companies. Due to the wide range and high degree of contamination of the residues and concentrates, also from the industry, the leachate of this landfill is very complex and difficult to treat.
In April 2020, the German wastewater treatment expert WEHRLE signed the contract for the establishment of a new hub in Kula Lumpur, Malaysia. Having received the business and trading licenses at the beginning of 2021, the subsidiary called “WEHRLE Asia Sdn. Bhd.” is now ready for doing business.
March 2021 – An international syrup producer has awarded the contract for the extension and upgrade of its existing wastewater treatment plant at the production site in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to the plant engineering company WEHRLE, based in Southern Germany.
TEVA – one of the world’s leading ten manufacturers of pharmaceuticals and owner of RATIOPHARM since 2010, as well as global market leader for generics – is investing approximately € 500 million for the large-scale production of state-of-the-art biotechnological active ingredients in Southern Germany.
The pandemic brings along new challenges, like, for example, the commissioning of state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plants in distant regions in times of travel restrictions: another task that WEHRLE has successfully mastered!
Pharmaceutical wastewater treatment expert WEHRLE from Germany predicts a good year 2021 for its business: “In the past years we have shown how effectively and reliably wastewater from drugs production can be treated – with compact treatment plants that eliminate and adsorb Trace Organic Contaminants respectively Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients efficiently at low operation costs. At the moment we see three development vectors that influencing our business of effluent treatment in the pharma industry:
The plant constructor WEHRLE with headquarters in Emmendingen in the South-West of Germany has obtained the contract for the design, construction and commissioning of a wastewater treatment plant for the treatment of highly loaded leachate from a municipal solid waste landfill in Jombang on the Indonesian island of Java.
With the change of the fertilizer regulation, the spreading and use of agricultural fertilizers is further limited. Farmers and biogas plant operators are often left with only costly temporary storage and expensive external disposal since the processes currently available on the market do not meet the requirements and involve high operating costs.