21 March 2018,
McDonald’s Malaysia is expected to spend RM60 million on green initiatives in 10 years, in line with the company’s global sustainability Scale for Good strategy.
MD and operating partner Azmir Jaafar told The Malaysian Reserve that the fast-food operator is planning to open 200 new restaurants over the next decade, in which up to RM300,000 will be used in each outlet on green technologies to reduce carbon footprints.
“As a company, we are looking at every aspect (in our operations) to ensure that we contribute to a better environment,” Azmir said after the opening of the new restaurant in Setia Alam, Shah Alam yesterday.
According to Azmir, McDonald’s Malaysia had spent RM22 million to incorporate green technologies in new restaurants and retrofitted the existing ones for the past three years.
To date, 124 McDonald’s restaurants in Malaysia are now equipped with at least one green initiative.
Read more: https://themalaysianreserve.com/2018/03/21/mcdonalds-msia-invests-rm60m-to-go-green/