The Malaysia Green Building Council (malaysiaGBC) is proud to present GreenPagesMalaysia, the first green building products and services directory for Malaysia’s building industry.

Who Should Participate?

Manufacturers, Suppliers and Distributors, Facility and Asset Managers, Developers, Contractors, Utilities, Service Providers and others related to the green building industry.

Listing in GreenPagesMalaysia is exclusively for companies offering clear environmentally beneficial services and/or products. greenpagesmalaysia will be a publisher and not an accreditation body; we will not at this moment verify environmental claims made by the organisations listed against measurable criteria.

Get Listed, Advertise and More!

As the GreenPagesMalaysia specifically targets the green building market, it can help you improve your business with our industry partnerships. Participate in greenpagesmalaysia, improve your sales and enjoy a wide readership!

GreenPagesMalaysia aspires to be Malaysia’s premier resource for like-minded responsible green organisations to reach conscientious consumers.

Join this revolution today! We invite all green building related organisations to converge on this common, readily available platform – greenpagesmalaysia, an initiative managed by an affiliate of the World Green Building Council, and tap into the nation’s hidden green potential.

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An Efficient Way to Source for Green Building Products and Services

Environment savvy products and services will be listed under the following categories in GreenPages Malaysia:

  • Architectural Building Materials
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Lighting, Visual & Acoustic Comfort
  • Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Renewable Energy
  • Recycled Content Materials
  • Site & Environmental Protection
  • Water Efficiency
  • Waste Management
  • Green Building Consultants & Service Providers

There will be sub-categories to each of the categories above and the listing of products and services will cover credits listed in the Green Building Index Malaysia; in line with the six categories of the Green Building Index.