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Green Technology Park

Green Technology Park (GTP), Pahang is built on an area of 410 acres. This development consists of 5 phases with ancillary buildings and takes around 5 years for completion. The GTP is located approximately 75 km from the Kuantan port, close to the Pahang river and surrounded by palm oil mills and plantations.

GTP includes projects in 5 main categories:

Pulp and Paper

Fertilizer

Animal Feed

R&D and Education

Renewable Energy

Development Phase
Phases Development Involves
1 Involves the construction and development of pulp and paper mills with production capacity of 10,000 metric tons of woodfree paper and 5,000 metric tons of tissue paper using the PRC RBMP Technology.
2 Involves the construction and development of pulp and paper mills with production capacity of 100,000 metric tons of box liner paper and 120,000 metric tons of corrugated paper using the PRC RBMP Technology.
3 Involves the construction and development of pulp and paper mill with production capacity of 65,000 metric tons of tissue paper using the PRC RBMP Technology.
4 Involves the construction and development of:

- Feed mill with production capacity of 30,000 metric tons of animal feed using the microbial fermentation technology

- Fertiliser plant with production capacity of 50,000 metric tons of fertiliser using the by-products produced from the biogas plant.
5 Earmarked for light industries. Involves the construction and development of packaging and printing factories. The Renewable Paper Pulp Products produced in GTP Pahang such as wood free paper, tissue paper, corrugated paper and box liner paper can be used for the packaging and printing industries.
Ancillary Buildings/Facilities

Other Ancillary buildings/ facilities will be constructed along with the construction and development of the Green Technology Park Project

Biomass-fired power plant
Small scale wind energy turbine
Education & research hub
Small scale hydro energy turbine
Commercial units such as shoplots
Centralised wastewater treatment plant
Residential buildings for the local workforce
Solar panels intallation on top of the buildings
Alkali recovery plant
Biogas plant
Address

Kampung Paloh Hinai,
Mukim Lepar,
Daerah Pekan,
Pahang Darul Makmur

Location

The GTP (Pahang)  development located at Kampung Paloh Hinai, Pekan in Pahang, the east coast of Malaysia. The development is situated between Balai Polis (Paloh Hinai) and Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara (IKBN) Pekan. It is directed toward Jalan Gambang connects to Lebuhraya Segamat-Kuantan/Lebuhraya Tun Razak, 35 mins driving from Kuantan and approximately 2 and a half hour from Kuala Lumpur.