At Dyna-Mac, we recognize that our business operations have an impact on the environment. We are committed towards environmental protection and constantly work towards minimizing our environmental impact to ensure sustainable business development. We strive towards operating in a sustainable manner so that we can continue delivering quality service and products to our clients. Within Dyna-Mac, we have a core focus in nurturing a culture of environmental consciousness among our employees, partners, clients and the communities we operate in.

Managing our energy consumption and carbon emissions is a key focus area for Dyna-Mac and we have implemented several good practices to reduce energy consumption. The health of our planet is important for the quality of life and survival of all stakeholders and future generations to come. The environment is also a critical external force that impacts our business decisions and operations. At Dyna-Mac, energy consumed is mainly fuel and electricity.

In 2020, Dyna-Mac engaged Sunseap to build solar systems on unused rooftop space generating affordable solar energy and improving own sustainability practices to positively impact the environment.

Solar panels have been installed at various locations and utilized to generate electricity as Dyna-Mac work purposely towards renewable and sustainable energy sources.

Energy Reduction Initiatives

The Group continually look for opportunities to reduce the environmental impact of our operations. During 2020, we have implemented energy-saving measures to reduce our energy consumption such as replacement of all workshop lights (300w type) with energy-efficient LED lights with a saving of 61% energy consumption per light.

Besides, timer control systems are installed at common work areas to set and control ON/OFF time. workers are deployed to patrol around workshops and office compound after office hours to ensure idling machines and office lights are switched off to cut down on electricity wastage.

Additionally, solar panels installed to all workshop and office building roofs with system capacity of 1,893kWp to generate and use clean energy.