BIOGRAPHY

Sr Jailani Jasmani
Sr JailaniJasmani graduated from the Western Australian Institute of Technology (WAIT), Perth with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Quantity Surveying. He has more than 25 years of experience in the construction industry mainly with quantity surveying practice and project management consultancy. He is currently a Director of JUB Central SdnBhd, a quantity surveying consultancy firm based in Kuala Lumpur. He has been appointed as a Board Member of the Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia (BQSM) for the session 2013-2015 and currently the Deputy Chairman of the Quantity Surveying Division, the Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (RISM). He is also the external examiner for quantity surveying courses at the Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL). He was a member of CIDB Technical Working Group 2 which has published the Malaysian Standard Method of Measurement for Civil Engineering Works (MYCESMM).

Abstract
Rapid development in urban areas has increased the importance of sustainable wastewater management with respect to its collection strategies, treatment processes and implementation strategies. Critical challenges in the field of wastewater management relates to issues on wastewater collection infrastructure, wastewater treatment, land use, bio-solids reuse and disposal, effluent reuse, effluent dispersal and the socioeconomic impact to the surrounding community. Sustainability in wastewater management focuses on advancement in process technology, resource recovery, minimizing impact to the environment, implementation of green technology, optimization of land use, and optimization of capital expenditure and operation & maintenance (O&M) costs. The Pantai2 Sewage Treatment Plant (P2STP) currently under construction in Kuala Lumpur costing around RM983million is aimed to convert the current aerated lagoons into an underground mechanized STP using a state-of-the-art Advanced Anaerobic-Anoxic-Oxic (A2O) treatment process. Upon completion, it is capable of treating up to 1.423mil PE of wastewater. It will also have a biogas power generation facility, embracing green technology such as incorporating photovoltaic (PV) panels, treated effluent reuse for aquatic skylight and district cooling, rainwater harvesting, and energy efficient equipment. Land use will be optimised where a recreational park will be provided above the underground treatment plant that can benefit the surrounding residents.
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