Creating a brighter future for the next generation



Syngas Sdn. Bhd.'s ambition is to promote a healthier living environment for the future generation, hence its mission statement of creating a brighter future.
Its core focus is to convert waste products into highly commercial renewable energy green fuels such as petroleum, diesel, kerosene, naphthalene, ethanol and methanol. Learn more


The Syngas CONVERSION MACHINE, the machine that can convert waste plastic to diesel oil, light Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel has been successfully awarded and registered with the Malaysia Commissioner of Patents and Trade Marks (MyIPO) under Section 31 (2) Patents Act 1983 No. MY-150550-A on 30th January 2014 and registered patents in 60 countries around the world including UK, USA, European Union and Australia.


Syngas Waste Plastic-to-Diesel Fuel Industry Solutions will cater for the following sectors:

o Agricultural Waste                              o Auto Salvage Yards
o Colleges & Universities                      o Landfill Operations
o Material Resource Facilities                o Military Bases
o Waste Management Companies        o Waste Recycling Companies
o Waste-to-Energy Projects                    o Municipal Waste Facilities
o Retail and Fast Food Chains               o Waste Collection Companies

The 5,589 largest publicly traded companies in the US sent 342 million metric tons of waste to landfills and incinerators in 2014.
On average, companies generate 7.81 metric tons of waste for every million dollars in revenue.
If the 5,589 companies in the study reduced paper waste by 1%, it would save them nearly $1 billion.
Overall, company waste is paper (37%), food/other organic materials (21%), plastic (17%), construction materials (11%), and metals (8%).
Wasting is becoming more expensive. In the past 15 years, food costs have increased 66%, paper 16%, metals and minerals 90%.
Many companies have already identified waste as an issue and are increasing their profits by changing production processes to reduce waste, educating their workforce, and engaging with consumers to recover or refurbish items.
One of the most comprehensive ways to eliminate waste is to adopt a circular economy model, where products and services are designed and manufactured to be refurbished and repaired throughout their lifecycle.


The 5 tons/day Plastic-to-Fuel (PTF) technology is a first in the world. This technology can produce high quality diesel (Euro V) using waste plastics as raw material.    
Syngas PTF Continuous Conversion Systems are based on an advanced, globally patented technology which has numerous advantages over "conventional pyrolysis process" plastic-to-fuel conversion systems. These include inter-alia:                
   a. Award-winning, patented, proven and operational technology
       Modular, scalable and transportable
   b. Simple platform integration and assembly at any site
   c. Low feedstock cost, power consumption and operational  expenses
   d. ASTM compliant ULSD fuel production
   e. Reduce landfill waste and abundant feedstock available
    f. Manufactured in Malaysia with available turnkey EPC solutions


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Diesel Road Test

KAPAR; Diesel by Plastic to Fuel technology is tested on two trucks brand ISUZU and HICOM at Syngas manufacturing factory in Kapar, Selangor.

July 28 , 2017 @ 4.30pm 

Another RM9.9bil investments coming to ECER (NST)

KUALA LUMPUR: The East Coast Economic Region (ECER) has attracted another 14 local and foreign companies with RM9.9 billion investments, bringing the total investments into the economic corridor to RM109.15 billion.
This edges the corridor closer to its target of attracting RM110 billion investments by 2020, ECER Development Council (ECERDC) chief executive officer Datuk Seri Jebasingam Issace John said.
The 14 investors exchanged documents of the deals with ECERDC at Parliament today, witnessed by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. Read more

By SOO WERN JUN - August 7, 2017 @ 7:16pm