NEWS

March 3, 2021

Recycling Bins in Malaysia

The recycling rate in Malaysia has increased significantly over last few years moving from just 15.7% back in 2015 to 28.1% as of the year 2019. It is a small step forward as Malaysia surpassed its 2020 target of 22%. Above all we should not be too overjoyed as Malaysia is still lacking behind other […]

January 12, 2021

Clinical Waste Bins for Covid-19

Perstorp over the years has expanded its business towards and has developed a better waste solution in handling of clinical (medical) waste in Malaysia. Perstorp has now become one of the top choices for waste collectors, hospitals, clinics and other health care facilities to source for clinical bins. 2020 was a difficult year for everyone […]

October 30, 2020

Improved MGB660 Four Wheel Bins

We are extremely excited about our newly improved design to the already successful MGB660. We made the bin stronger with computer aided design, reinforced the lids as well as the structure of base. The new and improved MGB660 is manufactured in the standard green however other colour options is available upon request. Currently our MGB660 […]

April 28, 2020

Perstorp Visit to Korea

We recently travelled to South Korea to have a better look at the new factory that our partners at Otto Korea had built. It was an eye opening experience where we got to see the latest in wheel bin manufacturing and also a glimpse of their upcoming range of waste bins that are set to […]

April 16, 2020

Medical Waste Bins in Malaysia

We at Perstorp are progressing forward and has now expanded its line of products to meet the increasing demands of medical waste (Clinical Waste). We have recently added new models of waste bins suited for the use in hospitals, clinics and healthcare centres in order to deal with the increase of clinical waste. Keeping with […]

January 16, 2020

The Problem With Malaysian 3R Bins

We are not sure if the standard actually exists or it was just a suggestion made by the government decades ago. However according to the blog written by the Waste Association of Malaysia, recycling bins in Malaysia should be separated into 3 bins. We however find this completely and utterly incompetent as well as outdated. […]