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RESEARCH TRENDS IN PALM OIL MILL EFFLUENT (POME) WASTEWATER TREATMENT USING BACTERIA IN MALAYSIA: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

The development of POME wastewater treatment using the appropriate bacteria and biological treatment will result in a certain level of management and laboratory abilities that can affect the treatment’s overall effectiveness. POME wastewater treatment requires effective microbes to adapt to shifting possibilities and demands. However, little is known about how is the treatment defined, workings,

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EVALUATION OF REPLANTING PROGRAM FOR INDONESIAN OIL PALM SMALLHOLDERS: CASE STUDY OF WEST ACEH REGENCY, INDONESIA

Our comprehensive study assessed the People’s Palm Oil Replanting Program (PSR), also known as Program Peremajaan Sawit Rakyat, in West Aceh Regency, Indonesia. Employing qualitative research methods, this study conducted an in-depth interviews with various stakeholders, including smallholders, representatives from the Agricultural Department of West Aceh Regency, and members of cooperative palm oil plantation committees.

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YOUTH’S MOTIVATION TOWARDS A CAREER IN MALAYSIAN OIL PALM PLANTATION

Job creation among youth is an often debated issue in many countries, including Malaysia. Nowadays, despite the rising unemployment rate, there is a shortage of manpower in certain sectors, especially the oil palm plantation sector. It raises the question of whether or not the youth are interested in working in this sector. A comprehensive study

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF OIL PALM IN-FIELD COLLECTION SYSTEMS

The purpose of this study is to determine the most efficient system for the evacuation of oil palm fresh fruit bunches (FFB) from the oil palm tree to the mill. The study employed a quantitative method by utilising primary data, gathered by randomly selecting 500 oil palm estates in Malaysia. A descriptive analysis was conducted

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WORLD PALM OIL SUPPLY FORECAST: REVIEW AND UPDATE

Since the beginning of palm business in the 1960’s, world palm oil production has always shown an upward trend until the year 2019. Even though there were some occasions that made palm oil production go down, such as El Nino in the year 2015-2016, it was a temporary weather anomaly. However, this article explains that

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EMERGING RURALITY IN MALAYSIA: THE ADAPTATION OF FELDA MODEL

The Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA) model appears in many aspects to be a successful example of a rural development program in Malaysia. FELDA eventually rehabilitated more than 115 000 families of settlers in its active years of land opening. Together with its settlers, FELDA has managed to overcome significant challenges that came along over

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DIGITAL MONITORING AND REPORTING SYSTEM OF OIL PALM FRESH FRUIT BUNCH (FFB) TRANSACTIONS: A CASE STUDY AMONG SUSTAINABLE OIL PALM GROWER COOPERATIVE IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA

Currently, there is a gap in Fresh Fruit Bunches (FFB) traceability among smallholders until it reached the oil palm mill via dealers. ICT-based intervention at the FFB dealers to record their daily transactions is able to address these issues. The need for this system arises due to the current limitation on getting more accurate and

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