DOE, EiMAS &EQC (Department Of Environment (DOE) (How does DOE help?,…
Department Of Environment (DOE)
Based on the importance of environmental protection and conservation, on 1 September 1983, the Environment Division has been upgraded to a Department known as the Department of Environment. On March 2004, DOE was then placed under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
The establishment of Department of Environment is based on the Environmental Quality Act, 1974 .Department of Environment (DOE) was originally created as Environment Division under the Ministry of Local Government and Environment on 15 April 1975. Environment Division was then placed under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment in March 1976.
"To prevent, eliminate, control pollution and improve the environment"
To maintain a clean and healthy environment.
To maintain the quality of the enviroment relative to the
needs of the growing populations.
To minimize the impact of the growing population and
human activities relating to :
tourism and the
development of other resources of the environment
To balance the social-economic development and the need to bring benefits of development to a wide spectrum of the population, keeping in mind the maintenance of sound environmental conditions
To place more emphasis on prevention through conservation rather than on the curative measure, Inter-Alia by preserving the country's unique and diverse cultural and natural heritage
To incorporate an environment dimension in project planning and implementation, inter alia by determining the implications of the proposed project and the cost of the required environmental mitigation measures
How does DOE help?
enforcing environmental legislation
monitoring environmental quality
transfer, treatment and disposal facilities for many types of waste
advising on the environmental implications of town planning and new policies
handling pollution complaints and incidents
raising awareness and support in the community for environmental initiatives
Environmental Quality Council
The Environmental Quality Council serves as an independent entity that reviews matters concerning the prevention, reduction, and elimination of pollution
The EQC was
further uphold the
thrust of the
policy and its
attaining a balance
In Malaysia, the EQC comprises representatives from various ministries; Sabah and Sarawak governments; petroleum, oil palm and rubber industries; manufacturers; academicians; and environmental-related non-governmental organizations.
The section 4 of the
EQA makes provision
for the establishment
of the Environmental
Quality Council (EQC),
whose duties are
mainly to advise the
Minister in charge of
the environment on
matters relating to the
enforcement of EQA
protection in general.
Environment Institute of
EiMAS establishment is an important development for the Department of Environment (DOE) as the need to enhance knowledge and skills in the public and private sector staff in dealing with environmental management.
To overcome the environmental issues such as environmental degradation due to pollution and unplanned development. Environmental governance is a challenging task involving stakeholders from all levels of society, the private sector and non-governmental organizations and the entire community.
How does EiMAS help?
1) Works on process/ production and energy data to provide EnPls (Transparent and consistent reporting)
2) Algorithms work on historical data and help in energy performance comparison under similar condition (System driven performance assessment)
3) System driven normalizations on KPIs, accounting for almost all Critical Success Factors (Account for all uncontrollable factors)