||Malaysia is amongst the largest exporter of palm oil in the world. This commodity has contributed a huge amount of income into Malaysia’s economy where about 11.9 millions tan metric of raw palm oil (Crude Palm Oil, CPO) which generated RM14.79 billion (Abdul Latif et al.2003). However, in the middle of the year 1974, the Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) have been identified by the Department of Environment (DOE), Malaysia, as one of the major water pollution in this country. There are several POME treatment technologies introduced namely physicochemical (coagulation, flocculation, flotation, and ultra filtration), biological treatment (anaerobic, aerobics and facultative), treatment by utilization of land and treatment through utility/ salvage (Hoe 1984; Hana 1986; Mohd Salleh 1989). Nevertheless, the price of land, process equipment device, plant operation, labour and ineffective treatment system drive further study to find other alternative to improve the existing system by taking cost as a prime consideration.