Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

Supported by Sunway Pyramid

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At 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.


Smart Parking

Sunway Smart Parking is the largest fully unified parking system with multi cashless payment options.The cashless and ticketless parking experience is part of Sunway’s digitisation journey to enable hassle-free experiences for its shoppers and helps to save paper usage for ticket printing.

Smart Toilet

Sunway Malls launched the first Smart Toilet also known as Internet of Toilet system in Malaysia supporting our initiatives in sustainable operations that goes beyond just being environmentally friendly as it also elevates the experiences of our customers.


COMPOST. PLANT. REDUCE. In an initiative to manage food waste effectively, Sunway Pyramid has invested in a food composting machine to convert food waste from retailers into compost. Together, we can reduce the amount of waste generated to our landfills for a more sustainable environment.

The Farm

As an advocate in green urbanisation, Sunway Malls launches The Farm that promotes local and sustainable food systems. Urban farming such as aquaponics, hydroponics or indoor farming is becoming more popular that benefits both the community and the environment. It reduces food miles, lower carbon impact and utilises 90% lesser water with circular watering.

Solar Panel

Spearheading on sustainable operations, Sunway Malls aims to reduce emission of greenhouse gasses by producing renewable energy with solar panels that will help to generate electricity for the malls.

Rain Water Harvesting

Sunway Malls conserves water usage by investing in sustainable systems such as water treatment plants and rainwater harvesting systems to increase the access to clean water and sanitation that can be used in the mall.

Retailers' Initiatives


Return and Recycle your used empty bottles at the Innisfree store and be rewarded.


Receive complimentary gifts when you return full-size empty bottles to any Kiehl's outlet.

The Body Shop

Bring back your empty bottles and earn a discount on your next purchase or start a Refill Revolution


Bring your own shopping bag when you shop at Sephora.


Be part of the Bring-It-Back, Re-wrap and Charity Pot Coin that support the community and environment.


Donate any unwanted clothing and textiles, from any brand, while you shop there.


Gather your unwanted clothes or home textiles - any brand, any condition.


Send in your used bras for their annual Bra Recycling Campaign.


Implementing the All-Product Recycling Initiative by gathering unwanted clothes from shoppers.


Bring your own Starbucks tumbler to the nearest outlet today and receive an RM2 discount.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Switching plastic straws to biodegradable, edible, and 100% turtle-friendly edible rice straws.

An Viet

Go zero waste by choosing the rice or noodles portion and donate to their Food Aid Foundation.


Bring your own bag and use the Naturals Refill Station


Producing products made from recyclable materials, that can be recreated, and that are inspired by nature.

Cotton On

Buy tote bags and gifts for purchase, where all donations and funds will be contributed 100% to UNICEF.


Kloth Cares fabric recycling bins are now available at Zara outlets.

Pull & Bear

"Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose, and Recycle!" with Kloth Cares here.


More than 75% of footwear, from shoelaces to shoe soles, is composed of recycled PET.


Using cork as a material which can be harvested again without destroying the tree.


By reusing existing plastics, yarns and textiles, Nike significantly reduces their emissions.


Forever Better is where PUMA uses sustainable materials such as recycled rubber and polyester in collections.

Claire Organics

Claire Organics' #GOGREENwithClaire campaign encourages everyone to recycle by collecting all used bottles.


Big Little Things programme lets you bring in your beauty empties to be recycled at any participating stores


Be part of BACK 2 M.A.C. take back programme, returning 6 empty M.A.C container and get a lipstick.

Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall

3, Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway,
47500 Petaling Jaya, Selangor,


+60 3-7494 3100