Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

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In Sunway Malls, we champion the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) focusing on the eight core areas through the six initiatives namely:

  • Goal 3: Good Health and Well-being
  • Goal 4: Quality Education
  • Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation
  • Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
  • Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities
  • Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production
  • Goal 13: Climate Change
  • Goal 17: Partnership for the Goals.

Sunway Putra Mall aims to support & create more awareness on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In our effort to support the autism community and their families, we aim to provide them with an inclusive and comfortable shopping experience, simultaneously increasing public’s understanding and acceptance of autism spectrum disorder by adding mall facilities and through partnerships with various NGOs.

Click here to learn more about Autsome and our privileges.

Don’t dump your old clothes, RECYCLE them! Together with Kloth Cares, we step up our recycling game by providing a Recycle Corner at Basement 1, Car Park for you to drop your unwanted apparels and fabrics. Kloth Cares is a social entrepreneurship movement aims to keep fabrics out of landfills.

This initiative is in line with Sunway’s commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) No.11, to move towards Sustainable Cities and Communities.

Over 38,000KG of recycle fabric cloths has been collected to date!

Past Collaborations / Initiatives
Gives away excess food to charities.
Seoul Garden
Encourages zero food waste by implementing food waste charges (RM8.50-15.90 per 100 gram)
Focuses on SDG #4 Quality Education and SDG #10 Reduced Inequalities by providing guided educational programs to special needs children.
Swee Lee
Offers customers e-receipts to reduce paper waste
Buku Fixi
Old books will be donated to charity or to students to recycle.
The Body Shop
Bring back your empty The Body Shop bottles their stores and they will be recycled and made into usable items. Shoppers will be rewarded by doing this!
Uniqlo provides opportunities for people with disabilities and other marginalised youth to receive practical training, learn new skills and experience working in a retail environment. They aim to employ one person with disability per store globally. Uniqlo also believes in providing used clothing new life by upcycling and donating old clothes.
Bring your own back and 5 points will be donated to Malaysian Nature Society.
RM0.20 is charged for every paper shopping bag and all proceeds will be donated to Dignity for Children Foundation. Shoppers that recycle their clothes at H&M will receive a discount voucher too!
Over 30 retailers are committed to NO plastics straws and NO plastic bags!

Tenants have also collectively recycled over 4800KG of scrap metal, 124,000KG of cardboard/boxes and 4000KG of water bottles/plastics!

Upcoming SDG projects