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Our company’s products have been featured in local newspapers on its great efficiency and functionality. We have been interviewed on our product categories and the purpose it serves to our customers and the public.

We are a well liked company whereby our products are built with great concern to the environment. Our experts and professionals are continuing to develop products which can contribute to a healthier water drinking and usage to the people.

BACFREE is constantly updating our customers of our latest products and services offered. We want to be a transparent company which is extremely concerned on the health and well-being of our customers. Thus, we typically pay extra attention to our products’ features and functions.

  • China-Press-23-Aug-2011

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    HOMEDEC 2011   

    Mr. Chee, founder of BACFREE, receiving the Good Design Award at HOMEDEC 2011 Mr. Chee, receiving the Quality Award at HOMEDEC 2011
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    IGEM Stage Presentation   

    Dr. Chee presenting on the story of rainwater harvesting system in Malaysia Full house! from left: Ms. Petra Misar (WISY Senior Export Manager), Mr. Chee Sze Hsien (BACFREE Managing Director), Ms. Rita Spomer (WISY Marketing Director), Dr. ...
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    The International Greentech and Eco Products Exhibition and Conference Malaysia (IGEM)   

    BACFREE at Hall 4, Booth C008 & C009 Vortex Fine Filter for domestic & industrial use Rainwater Harvesting Skid BACFREE & WISY group say hi! Ms. Petra Misar explaining the function of the filter insert to the visitors.
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  • Rain harvester to be a key feature in future projects in Selangor   

    Developers in Selangor are supportive of the enforced ruling to have rain harvester (separate water tank) structures for housing and commercial schemes, as it has become a feature that helps sell the units. State Tourism, Consumer Affairs and Enviro...
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  • New bungalows, semi-detached homes, govt buildings must have rain water systems   

    KUALA LUMPUR: Developers must include rain-harvesting systems in new bungalows, semi-detached homes and government buildings to get their plans approved. This new regulation would soon be incorporated into the Uniform Building By-Laws to make the gr...
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    Proposal to give rebates to residents who adopt the green way   

    THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) is drawing up a plan under the Petaling Jaya Low- Carbon Green Rebate Assessment Scheme to give rebates of up to RM500 to residents who incorporate energy efficient upgrades or follow a green lifestyle. Resident...
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