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Do you need the best cooker hood in Malaysia 2022?

Yes, if you can’t stand it when your house, hair and clothes smell of whatever you’re frying! Kitchen hoods need not take up a lot of space. Depending on the type you choose!

Less grease in the kitchen means less cleaning too. See these best cooker hood reviews to figure out which will suit your kitchen (and budget) best!

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What Is A Kitchen Hood And Its Function

A kitchen hood can suck up particles in the air that cause a lingering smell of oil after cooking! Like grease, smoke, and steam.

They do this with a mechanical fan to draw in cooking fumes and push the fumes outside (i.e. ducted or ventilated hood).

Some models have a recirculating system (i.e. ductless hood). Where the same air is blown back to your kitchen after going through the filters (that trap grease)!

So naturally, either type should be fixed over your electric or gas stove for maximum efficiency.

Other names for a kitchen hood:

  • Range hood (US)
  • Extractor hood (UK)
  • Stove hood
  • Extractor fan
  • Exhaust hood

Types Of Cooker Hood

1. Chimney Hoods

Installation: On the wall

Pros:

  • Widely available in Malaysia
  • Draws and directs all cooking fumes outside

Cons:

  • Requires you to drill a hole in your wall
  • May obstruct taller people
  • Takes up considerable vertical space

2. Island Cooker Hoods

Installation: Above a kitchen island

Pros:

  • Either ventilated/ recirculating
  • Suitable for an open kitchen design (kitchen is not by a wall)

Cons:

  • Needs stronger suction power to clear a wider area
  • Expensive

3. Canopy Cooker Hoods

Installation: Under your kitchen cabinet

Pros:

  • Look nice as they gives the appearance of a continuous flow to your cabinets
  • Compact and space saving

Cons:

  • The least efficient (usually)

4. Slim Cooker Hoods/ Telescopic Pull-Out Hood

Installation: Underneath a kitchen cabinet

Pros:

  • Hidden, looks very modern
  • Can be a ventilated or recirculating system

Cons:

  • Loss of potential cupboard space

11 Best Cooker Hoods Malaysia 2022

If you’re choosing a cooker hood based on how it looks, you may want to scroll further down so you can see what they look like!

  • Best Space Saving Cooker Hood – Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood
  • Best Under-Cabinet Cooker Hood – Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood
  • Best Telescopic Cooker Hood – Lebensstil Kollektion Telescopic Pull Out Cooker Hood LKCH-P9003PJ
  • Best Budget Cooker Hood (RM300) – Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood
  • Best Budget Cooker Hood (~RM600) – Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood
  • Best Budget Cooker Hood (RM1,000, Low Maintenance) – Electrolux EFC922GAK Chimney Cooker Hood
  • Best Budget Cooker Hood (RM1,000, Value For Money) – Rubine RCH-MARIA-SS Estratto Series Arch-Glass Kitchen Hood
  • Most Powerful Cooker Hood (Ducted, with Self Cleaning) – SENZ SZ-CH338i IntelClean Twin Turbo Motor MultiHood
  • Best Cooker Hood For Tall People – ELBA EH-E9122ST Kitchen Chimney Hood

1. Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood

Don’t fancy the thought of an exhaust pipe going through your wall?

This stainless steel cooker hood by Midea uses a recirculating system. And has washable filters and an LED lamp.

Note: The LED light can be replaced easily by picking up a regular LED bulb from your local hardware store.

Users have tried mounting it underneath cabinets, on the wall, and even from a window (with brackets they purchased separately). With equal success and often, without the duct.

Tip: Check if your cabinets can support its weight before getting this cooking hood

Which does mean that you have to change out the filters every 6 months, with regular use. It costs ~RM80 for 2 filters.

The Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood is a little noisy at max power but at that price, it’s hard to be mad at it! It not only keeps the floors and walls oil-free but it’s also easy to look at, and as easy to use!

Its size will fit a small stove.

Though if your budget is higher, you may want to look elsewhere besides the Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood:

As some say it sounds like a waterfall even at the first speed. Furthermore, it increases the heat in your kitchen!

Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood
  • Type: Duct Out Or Recirculating System | Slim
  • Suction Power: 900 m³/h
  • Filter Type: 2 Aluminium Filters & 2 Charcoal Filter
  • Dimensions: 75.7 (W) x 50 (D) x 14 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year + 5 years motor warranty
  • Price: ~RM288

Pros:

  • Can be used ductless
  • Cheap
  • Powerful and effective at sucking oil and cooking fumes
  • Stylish
  • Has lights

Cons:

  • Noisy
  • Short warranty for the motor
  • Motor casing is plastic, not metal
  • Circulates hot air around the kitchen (if you install it in ductless configuration)

2. SENZ SZ-CH338i IntelClean Twin Turbo Motor MultiHood

The auto-cleaning feature of the SENZ SZ-CH338i IntelClean Twin Turbo Motor MultiHood is a nice touch! And very practical and effective according to reviews!

LED lamps, tempered glass and an LCD display lend the SENZ SZ-CH338i IntelClean Twin Turbo Motor MultiHood a truly modern appearance!

The build quality is impressive too. However, this is a heavy cooking hood.

Furthermore, this a ducted cooking hood so do consider getting a professional to install it for you! You don’t want to accidentally chip that beautiful tempered glass!

On the other hand, the SENZ SZ-CH338i IntelClean Twin a Turbo Motor MultiHood is quiet (Low noise level ≤ 56dB) despite having strong suction power!

If you’ve got the budget for it, the  SENZ SZ-CH338i IntelClean Twin a Turbo Motor MultiHood is a worthy investment for a high quality cooker hood that has an auto-cleaning function.

Just beware that you cannot use it ductless!

SENZ SZ-CH338i IntelClean Twin Turbo Motor MultiHood
  • Type: Duct Out System | Chimney Hood
  • Suction Power: 1,800 m³/h
  • Filter Type: Aluminium Mesh With Oil Filter
  • Dimensions: 90 (W) x 38 (D) x 95-131 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 3 years motor warranty
  • Price: ~RM1,585

Pros:

  • Powerful but quiet
  • Elegant (tempered glass finish)
  • Superb build quality
  • With auto-cleaning function

Cons:

  • Short warranty
  • Heavy
  • Can’t be used ductless

3. MORGAN MCH-NC276 Twin Motors Slim Cooker Hood

While it’s designed to be used as either an extractor hood or recirculating extractor hood:

The MORGAN MCH-NC276 Twin Motors Slim Cooker Hood does not come with a duct hose. But it is convenient to mount on the wall since there are brackets behind it.

If you don’t need a duct, you can just resort to plug and play once it’s on the wall. The power cable is 1m long. The cooker hood has a light and a charcoal filter.

Users are satisfied with the build quality although one user notes that Rubin cooker hoods have better build quality.

The suction is strong but does sound noisy to some.

The MORGAN MCH-NC276 Twin Motors Slim Cooker Hood is a more stylish alternative to the rather plain-looking Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood of similar size and price.

That is, if you can overlook the short warranty period.

MORGAN MCH-NC276 Twin Motors Slim Cooker Hood
  • Type: Duct Out Or Recirculating System | Slim
  • Suction Power: 840 m³/h
  • Filter Type: 2 Aluminium Mesh & 2 Charcoal Filter
  • Dimensions: 76 (W) x 51.5 (D) x 13 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM376

Pros:

  • Budget friendly
  • Looks nice
  • Quality is good for the price
  • Suction power is good
  • Option to use it ducted or ductless

Cons:

  • Short warranty
  • No cleaning function
  • Duct hose excluded

4. Electrolux EFC922GAK Chimney Cooker Hood

As you might expect, Electrolux is one of the best cooker hood brands you can find in Malaysia:

This glossy black chimney cooker hood relies on an extracting system. And has its own auto-clean function. Which many users adore for its effectiveness!

All you have to do is put some water and dish soap into the oil pan. And the cooker hood will use that water to clean itself! The result (e.g., dirty water) speaks for itself!

You do have to wipe the glossy hood exterior on your own though, which is not as easy due to the shape and height of the chimney.

We would still recommend this cooker hood if you want a ducted cooker hood that is low maintenance (i.e. with a self cleaning function).

Even if it is noisier (at the first speed setting too) than your average cooker hood:

However, the noise level doesn’t go beyond 62dB. In return for the noise, the suction power is strong enough to keep the kitchen clean!

Moreover, the Electrolux EFC922GAK Chimney Cooker Hood is worth its quality. And installation is easy with the instructions. You will find the 6” diameter hose (without a cap) in the box.

Considering the price though, we just wish the warranty period was longer.

Electrolux EFC922GAK Chimney Cooker Hood
  • Type: Extraction Only | Chimney Hood
  • Suction Power: 1,100 m³/h
  • Filter Type: Washable Aluminium Filter
  • Dimensions: 90 (W) x 50 (D) x 59.2-86.5 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM1,269

Pros:

  • Low maintenance (self-cleaning)
  • Powerful suction
  • Beautiful modern exterior
  • Easy to install

Cons:

  • Noisy
  • Not suitable for ductless configuration
  • Short warranty

5. Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood

For under RM1,000, you can buy the versatile Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood for your kitchen!

Why do we say it’s versatile? Because you can choose to run it either in extraction or recirculation mode!

Unlike with the Electrolux EFC922GAK Chimney Cooker Hood, you’ll have to do the cleaning yourself with the Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood.

But at least it’s a washable stainless steel filter (the cone shape helps to collect the oil in one place)!

More importantly, the suction is strong. And there are no complaints of this cooker hood being noisy.

However, instructions for the installation for the ducted configuration are not detailed enough. You do get the hose for the duct (6″ diameter, 6 ft long) but no outdoor cap.

So unless you get someone to install it for you, or if you have some previous experience installing similar chimney cooker hoods:

You may want to just use the Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood in recirculation mode! We also wish the warranty was longer but at least it’s cheap!

Get it if you want a decently powerful budget cooker hood for a temporary living situation! And if you prefer a ductless solution.

Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood
  • Type: Extraction Or Recirculation | Chimney Hood
  • Suction Power: 1,000 m³/h
  • Filter Type: Cone Filter With Oil Collector System
  • Dimensions: 87.5 (W) x 49 (D) x 60-89 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM627

Pros:

  • Cheap
  • Dual configuration
  • Washable filter
  • Decent suction power
  • Acceptable noise level

Cons:

  • Short warranty
  • No self cleaning function
  • Ducted configuration is difficult to install

6. LIVINOX LCH-RUBY-90SS Multi-Function Cooker Hood

Like the previous cooker hood (Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood) on this list, the LIVINOX LCH-RUBY-90SS Multi-Function Cooker Hood has dual mode (extraction or recirculation).

Therefore, the LIVINOX LCH-RUBY-90SS Multi-Function Cooker Hood is another cooking hood around the ~RM1,500 mark that is suitable for rental or other temporary living situations. Since it can be used ductless.

Note: It uses a 7-inch duct

Furthermore, it is able to clean itself! Unlike the Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood.

Using it is straightforward as there are just 3 different speed settings. And an automatic turbo mode!

And while the suction power of the LIVINOX LCH-RUBY-90SS Multi-Function Cooker Hood is higher (1,450 m³/h vs 1,000 m³/h) than the Zanussi ZHC978X Chimney Cooker Hood, there are more powerful models:

Like the LIVINOX MICA or LIVINOX COPPER (e.g. 1,600 m³/h). But these models also cost ~RM300-400 more.

Note: There is a gas sensor and time delay function too.

LIVINOX LCH-RUBY-90SS Multi-Function Cooker Hood
  • Type: Extraction Or Recirculation | Chimney Hood
  • Suction Power: 1,450 m³/h
  • Filter Type: Stainless Steel Cover Panel With Charcoal Filter
  • Dimensions: 89.5 (W) x 49.8 (D) x 55.6 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM1,548

Pros:

  • Versatile – does not require duct installation
  • Self-cleaning
  • Good suction strength
  • Modern design

Cons:

  • Charcoal filter requires replacement

7. Rubine RCH-MARIA-SS Estratto Series Arch-glass Kitchen Hood

Just under the RM1,000 price point, the Rubine RCH-MARIA-SS Estratto Series Arch-glass Kitchen Hood has a charcoal filter too.

Along with sensor touch control (3 speeds) and a delay timer. Besides this, the H²Meltz technology is there for heating up stubborn grease during the auto cleaning function!

Lastly, that curved hood shape isn’t just only for aesthetics. It contributes to the efficiency of the suction too!

At ~RM1,000, the 5-year warranty on the motor (and 1 year for accessories) is very welcome too!

Considering this along with the fact that it is a dual configuration chimney cooker hood with self cleaning, the Rubine RCH-MARIA-SS Estratto Series Arch-glass Kitchen Hood is a great value-for-money option! From a Malaysian brand!

Note: The 6-month warranty extension is applicable if you register online!

Rubine RCH-MARIA-SS Estratto Series Arch-glass Kitchen Hood
  • Type: Extraction Or Recirculation | Chimney Hood
  • Suction Power: 1,200 m³/h
  • Filter Type:  Stainless Steel Finer Filter, Charcoal Filter, Oil Trap
  • Dimensions: 89.6 (W) x 50 (D) x 56.7-96.7 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year + 5 years motor warranty
  • Price: ~RM989

Pros:

  • Value for money
  • Longer motor warranty than most models in the same price range
  • Can be installed 2 ways
  • Self cleaning

Cons:

  • Charcoal filter will need to be replaced

8. ELBA EH-E9122ST Kitchen Chimney Hood

You won’t hit your head with the slanted ELBA EH-E9122ST Kitchen Chimney Hood! This cooker hood is also tremendous value for money at just ~RM900.

Including a long motor warranty of 5 years.

There’s an automatic timer control (3-minute delay off function) and an LED light.

The suction power is high and any of the 3 speed settings will probably be sufficient for your needs! Although it does sound pretty loud though.

Suction power demonstration:

As for maintenance:

Inside the stainless steel chassis, is the oil trap and charcoal filter. Which you’ll have to clean and replace (i.e. charcoal filter) eventually. It’s easy to detach the oil pan, and just a matter of emptying it and soaking it.

And if it’s your first time installing a cooker hood, you may want to reconsider doing it yourself and seek a professional’s help.

Because the instruction manual is very simple for the installation section.

Between the Elba E9122ST or E9121ST:

Both cooker hoods have similar features. Except that the E9121ST opens on its own, costs more, and is not as easy to maintain.

Note: Option to install it as an extraction chimney hood too; The ducting hose is about 1.5m, 7” diameter.

ELBA EH-E9122ST Kitchen Chimney Hood
  • Type: Extraction Or Recirculation | Chimney Hood
  • Suction Power: 1,400 m³/h
  • Filter Type: Charcoal Filter, Oil Trap
  • Dimensions: 89.8 (W) x 42.8 (D) x 99.6-134.3 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year + 5 years motor warranty
  • Price: RM895

Pros:

  • Suits rental units (can be used ductless)
  • Low price but long warranty for the motor
  • Strong suction power

Cons:

  • No auto clean or ducting cap
  • Not so easy to install
  • Quite loud

9. MILUX Stainless Steel Cooker Hood MHS-S430

MILUX Stainless Steel Cooker Hood MHS-S430
  • Type: Duct Out Or Recirculating System | Wall Mount
  • Suction Power: 750 m³/h
  • Filter Type: 2 Charcoal Filters
  • Dimensions: 48 (W) x 89.5 (D) x 13.5 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Price: ~RM320 to 360

Pros:

  • Affordable
  • Simple and modern appearance
  • Size suits small kitchens
  • Can be installed easily without a duct
  • Has a light

Cons:

  • Relatively low suction strength
  • Quite loud (similar to a vacuum cleaner)

We like the minimalist stainless steel profile of this affordable cooking hood in Malaysia. The size (90cm) of the MILUX Stainless Steel Cooker Hood MHS-S430 suits small kitchens.

Plus, it has a 40W light.

But it is also the fact that the suction strength is limited to 750m³/h that makes the MILUX Stainless Steel Cooker Hood MHS-S430 inadequate for larger kitchens.

And since it does come with a pair of charcoal filters, you don’t need to drill any holes for an exhaust pipe (I.e. can be used ductless).

However, the MILUX Stainless Steel Cooker Hood MHS-S430 is only slightly cheaper than the Midea MCH-76MSS Slim Cooker Hood which we think is much better (e.g. higher suction power of 900m³/h vs 750m³/h, motor warranty of 5 years, etc).

User’s experience installing the MILUX MHS-S430 ductless:

10. ELBA Kitchen Chimney Hood EH-J9088

While it can be about RM200 cheaper than the ELBA EH-E9122ST Kitchen Chimney Hood, the ELBA Kitchen Chimney Hood EH-J9088 has similar features – 3 speed settings, an LED lamp, and suction strength rated at 1,400 m³/h.

They are both categorized by ELBA as recirculating systems. And they both have stainless steel chassis and charcoal filters (there is an additional aluminum filter for the EH-J9088).

You’ll also get a long warranty period for the motor – 5 years like the ELBA EH-E9122ST.

However, both models look very different. The ELBA Kitchen Chimney Hood EH-J9088 sports an attractive glass hood, while the ELBA EH-E9122ST Kitchen Chimney Hood has a more industrial feel to it.

Other differences between the two cooking hoods are the panels, the EH-J9088 has a sliding touch panel while the EH-E9122ST uses sensor touch.

And while the EH-J9088 doesn’t have an oil cup (unlike the EH-E9122ST), trapped grease ends up in a stainless steel tray that you can clean.

The ELBA Kitchen Chimney Hood EH-J9088 is loud but there’s no denying its powerful suction.

Demonstration:

To conclude, the EH-J9088 is powerful and reasonably priced ducted or ductless cooker hood you can get in Malaysia.

And you might prefer the appearance (or price) of the ELBA Kitchen Chimney Hood EH-J9088 to the comparable ELBA EH-E9122ST Kitchen Chimney Hood.

ELBA Kitchen Chimney Hood EH-J9088
  • Type: Duct Out Or Recirculating System | Wall Mount
  • Suction Power: 1,400 m³/h
  • Filter Type: Charcoal Filter, Aluminum Filter
  • Dimensions: 90 (W) x 39 (D) x 86.5 to 118 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year + 5 years motor warranty
  • Price: ~RM850

Pros:

  • Powerful suction
  • Appealing design for a modern kitchen
  • Long motor warranty
  • Can be installed without a duct
  • Additional lighting in the kitchen (2 LED lights)

Cons:

  • Provided duct pipe is a bit short (52 inches)
  • Loud

11. Rubine Cooker Hood RCH-BOXLINE X-90SS

Smart-looking with a stainless steel & tempered glass finish, the Rubine Cooker Hood RCH-BOXLINE X-90SS also wields a Sensor Touch Control Panel! And lights up.

It works with or without the 3m ducting tube (7” diameter) that comes with the cooker hood. And there is a charcoal filter but it’s not so easy to install.

And from what users say, the instructions for the recirculation configuration (i.e. ductless) is not clear either.

That aside, the noise level is acceptable and the suction power is adequate. But the cooker hood can be loud at the highest setting!

What it sounds like:

And there’s no auto-cleaningwith this stove model:

Thus, be ready to clean that baffle filter at least once a month (depending on your usage). The manual recommends cleaning the motor fan and other internal components twice a week!

The Rubine Cooker Hood RCH-BOXLINE X-90SS happens to be a cheaper alternative to the FOTILE EMS9020 Kitchen Chimney Hood (No longer sold). They even look similar!

Note: You can get 6-months’ warranty extension if you register online!

Rubine Cooker Hood RCH-BOXLINE X-90SS
  • Type: Extraction Or Recirculation | Chimney Hood
  • Suction Power: 1,400 m³/h
  • Filter Type: SS Pyramid Baffle Filter & Charcoal Filter, Oil Trap
  • Dimensions: 89.7 (W) x 51.1 (D) x 55.8-80.8 (H) cm
  • Warranty: 1 year + 5 years motor warranty
  • Price: ~RM800

Pros:

  • Cheap
  • Quite powerful
  • Modern design
  • Not noisy
  • Can be installed without a duct

Cons:

  • Baffle filter needs maintenance
  • No auto cleaning

How To Choose A Cooker Hood

When narrowing down your options for a kitchen hood in Malaysia:

There’s a lot more to consider than just the way it looks and how it is installed!

1. Kitchen Size/ Hob Size

Whether you’ve got a small or big kitchen, the size of the cooker hood matters! For better coverage and overall efficiency!

It’s best if the hood is wider than the stove top. Don’t forget to take height into consideration!

2. Location Of The Hob

This will determine the type of range hood that you can get.

3. Which Is Better? (Extraction Or Recirculation)

If you can, choose a cooker hood that uses an extraction system. This will last you longer! As recirculation systems need their filters cleaned out or replaced eventually.

An extraction system will also remove excess moisture! Along with smells and oil that waft out from your non-stick frying pan!

They do however, require you to have a hole drilled in your wall for the exhaust (duct) pipe!

4. Suction Power

Measured in m³/h (cubic meters per hour), the average you’ll ever see in home cooker hoods these days is ~1,000 m³/h.

5. Noise

Of course, this could be a problem if the cooker hood is close to the dining room or living area!

If possible, go for a range hood that emits a noise level between 30 dB(A) at its lowest power setting and 55 dB(A) on the highest.

It is a usually compromise between suction power and noise level.

6. Types Of Cooker Hood Filters

There are 3 types of filters that you can find in cooker hoods:

  • Mesh filters – Or cassette filters. Effective but need to be cleaned weekly.
  • Baffle filters – Like mesh filters, made of steel or aluminum; Monthly cleaning required
  • Charcoal filters – You can’t clean these; Instead, replace them every 6 months

7. Other Features To Consider

  • Most range hoods now have LED lights built in
  • Filter alarm
  • Gas alarm
  • Automatic stop
  • Automatic turbo mode

Do You Still Need A cooker Hood For An Induction Cooker?

The salesman will probably tell you that you don’t need one.

Because induction cookers:

  • Produce less heat
  • Don’t release gas or other chemicals into the air

However, if you regularly fry or deep-fry food with your induction cooker:

You will still have the smell of oil in your home unless you have a cooker hood! And grease stains can accumulate on your kitchen tiles and on your ceiling.

If you want to know more about the types of cooker hoods or how to choose a cooker hood, scroll down to the bottom of this post!

How To Clean A Cooker Hood

Yes, you do have to clean it. Regardless of the type or how sophisticated it is!

If it’s doing its job right, there will be a lot of grease in those filters! Cleaning them occasionally (At least monthly) keeps your cooker hood working in top performance!

For optimum cleaning and maintenance, check that a model can be dismantled (and re-assembled) easily.

Basic steps for cleaning mesh or baffle filters (not applicable for carbon filters):

  1. Ensure your cooker hood is off and cool.
  2. Wipe the exterior with a damp and clean cloth
  3. Remove the filter and other detachable components (check your manual first)
  4. Dunk them in a bucket with hot water and dish wash soap (optional: add baking soda)
  5. Let them sit there for 10 minutes. Or even overnight!
  6. Brush the remaining gunk out
  7. Dry the filters completely before putting them back into your cooker hood

Conclusion

Of course, your kitchen layout and budget will be major deciding factors for buying the best cooker hood in Malaysia 2022!

While extraction cooker hoods still reign when it comes to practicality, the newer recirculating cooker hoods will be fine for smaller spaces! 

Further reading:

Janice

Janice is the editor for BestBuyGet.com. Wanted to be an author as a kid, got a D in English (First Language), but somehow now a content writer with an engineering background. Bakes, does yoga, plays the piano, reads, and most other introverted indoor hobbies. Also an active volunteer at Zero Waste Malaysia.