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Scheduled Waste Management





Scheduled Waste Management

Cutting edge waste recycling Treatment, total waste management, recovery and disposal solutions to a wide range of industry sectors for hazardous and non-hazardous and chemical wastes.

Our Scheduled Waste Codes

Waste containing mercury or its compound - fluorescent bulbs.

Sludges from effluent plant containing one or several metals or brine or soap sludges.

Flux waste containing organic acids, solvents or ammonium chloride.

Adhesive or glue waste.

Spent lubricating oil.

Spent hydraulic oil.

Spent mineral oil - water emulsion & coolant.

Oil Tanker sludges.

Oil - water mixtures, ballast water, wash up from tanks in refinery, chemical & manufacturing plant.

Oil based mud (OBM) or oily sludge.

Oily residue from workshops & sludges from crude storage tank.

Oil or sludge from oil refinery plant maintenance operation.

Tar or residue from oil refinery, petrochemical plant & sludge from pigging operation.

Rubber or latex wastes or sludges containing solvents or heavy

Waste of non-halogenated organic solvents.

Waste of halogenated organic solvents.

Waste of halogenated or un-halogenated non-aqueous distillation residues.

Uncured resin waste containing organic solvents or heavy metals including epoxy resin.

Waste thermal fluids such as ethylene glycol.

Waste arising from production of pharmaceutical products.

Contaminated matter and water contaminated with paint, ink, oil, grease, organic solvent, or chemicals resulting from the clean-up of spills, machines and equipment.

Contaminated empty metal, plastic & glass containers.

Contaminated cloths, rags, filters and gloves with oil, grease, solvent, ink, paints and chemicals.

Spend activated carbon or sand from the treatment or processes.

Sludge of inks, paints, pigments, lacquer, dye or varnish.

Waste of inks, paints, pigments, lacquer, dye or varnish.

Discarded or off-specification ink, paint, pigment, dye or varnish
products containing organic solvents.

Mixture of scheduled waste or either two schedule waste group.

Metal chips from cutting, machining, turning & stamping processes. A mixture of scheduled and non-scheduled waste.

Spent processing solution & discarded photographic chemicals or wastes.

Mineral sludges including calcium hydroxide, phosphate, calcium sulphites & carbonate sludges.

Total Scheduled Waste Management Services

Cutting-edge recycling waste treatment, recovery and disposal solutions for wide range of hazardous waste

Waste Water Treatment

In Tex Cycle's recycling process, water plays a crucial role as a primary natural resource utilized in both the recycling of contaminated rags, absorbents, and gloves, as well as the cleaning of contaminated containers, activated carbon, and sand. The contaminants from our treatment plants undergo processing in the wastewater treatment system, where they are concentrated into sludge for subsequent treatment. Every drop of water employed in production is reclaimed for reuse in the processes, with only a minimal percentage being lost through evaporation.

Triple Rinse System

Tex Cycle has internally developed the "triple rinse system" container decontamination system, capable of thoroughly cleaning containers ranging from small tin cans to large 200-liter (44-gallon) bunghole, open drums, and IBCs. This fully automated and enclosed process is designed to prevent the spread of contaminants, ensuring the safety of both workers and the environment. The system effectively removes all contaminants, particularly from the interiors of large bunghole drums that are challenging to reach, utilizing its unique "aqua-scrubber" action, which combines chemical, water, and air media. The "triple rinse system" method for washing containers is internationally recognized as a reliable approach for proper decontamination, and local authorities fully endorse and support its implementation.

Anaerobic Desorption and Dehydration Unit (ADDU)

The ADDU functions as an indirectly heated rotary drum, ensuring that the feed material does not directly come into contact with the heat source. Instead, heat is transferred from an outer jacket surrounding a lengthy rotating drum to the isolated feed material inside. This indirect heating occurs within an inert atmosphere contained within the rotary drum. The material undergoes heating to a level sufficient for the volatilization of contaminants. The resulting gas is directed to the Vapour Recovery Unit (VRU), where it undergoes condensation and is collected for recycling. This entire process transforms the feed material into a non-hazardous state. The ADDU is well-suited for managing waste produced by the oil and gas industries, such as OBM drill cuttings, muds, and refinery waste slip oils, as well as marine waste, including tank bottoms. It is also effective for handling paint waste, sludges, contaminated soil, and various hazardous materials.

Oil Recovery

Our program for recycling oil encompasses the collection and recycling of both used lubrication and hydraulic oils. These materials undergo a centrifugal separation process to eliminate free-standing water and impurities. Subsequently, they undergo Vacuum Dehydration, which enhances the distillation process by removing dissolved and emulsified water content. The final stage of the process involves the addition of extra additives to elevate the current grade of the finished oil products. Each blend undergoes rigorous testing to ensure quality and established purity levels before receiving clearance for use. Recycled motor oil can be utilized as fuel, finding applications in boilers, furnaces, or cement kilns. Moreover, with the appropriate enrichment processes, it can be refined into usable diesel fuel.

Our Advantages


Certified and in strict adherence to the environmental quality regulations and policies established by the government


Working with a licensed by Department Of Environment (DOE) and ISO 14001 Certified company


Practise 4Rs, reduce, reuse, recover and recycle towards greener environmental practices with sustainable development.


Enhanced housekeeping through increased, mutually agreed-upon collection frequency and scheduled days.

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We’re at the forefront of waste disposal in Malaysia. For competitive prices and expertise in solving waste treatment challenges, talk to us today.

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