WASTE SEGREGATION BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH PROJECT WITH SociopreneurID & BENCHMARKING VISIT TO INDONESIA 24-28 JUNE 2019

Written by: Dr Muhammad Majid (DRB-HICOM U), Dr Noorawanis Muslim (UNITEN), Dr Suhaidah Hussain (UMP) & Dr Suhaila Mohd Omar (UIA)

DAY 1: VISIT TO DINAS LINGKUNGAN HIDUP & TEMPAT PEMBUANGAN SAMPAH SEMENTARA (TPS 3R)

 

Location 1: Department of Environment (Dinas Lingkungan Hidup), South Tangerang (Tangsel)

Our arrival at the Department of Environment, Tangerang Selatan at 10.15 a.m was warmly welcomed by the staff in charge and the programme was followed by a meeting with the Head of Division, Bapak Wisman. We were briefed that the department was responsible for waste management in the Tangerang Selatan with a population of 1.5 million where the household wastes were collected 3 times a week while market wastes were collected every day.

Bapak Wisman also enlightened us on the challenges faced by the department, especially the increasing amount of waste disposed to the landfill. Several initiatives were taken by the department to solve this problem including offering the community-based waste management facilities, promoting awareness campaign and applying new waste treatment technology.

One of the initiatives that had been highlighted by them is by creating TPS3R (Temporary waste disposal center). To date, there are 51 TPS3R which were supervised by the department and has been managed by the respective local community, with 10 of them have successfully complied with the 3R concept. They added, the success of TPS3R in reducing the amount of waste disposed to the landfill mainly depends on the commitment and effort of the community members.

We also had the privilege to learn how they promoted the awareness campaign in collaboration with SociopreneurID, a registered NGO led by Dr. Dessy Aliandara via education for young generation. They co-organized international innovation challenge with the theme of superhero characters as a symbol to find a solution for waste management problems. The winning models then were exhibited at the building entrance. Another program with the aim to raise awareness among the people was the ‘Waste Minimization Lifestyle’ campaign. They claimed that this campaign was very successful when they recorded that the amount of waste reduced tremendously within the campaign period. This proved that with effort and cooperation from the public, waste minimization is something doable.

In this visit, we also learnt that Tangerang Selatan has a small incinerator (rotary dry system) in place to cater 2 tonnes of waste every day. Apart from that, there was also an agreement between the department with RDF facilities (involve in cement industry) in Bogor for them to receive 500 tonnes of waste from Tangerang Selatan. The discussion ended with souvenir giving ceremony and photography session.

Figure 1: Department of Environment (Dinas Lingkungan Hidup), South Tangerang (Tangsel)

Location 2: TPS3R Griya Resik

TPS3R Griya Resik is situated in RW06 Griya Serpong residential area. They began their operation since 23rd October 2010. The center is fully managed by the community of KSM Griya Resik with starting fund from the Department of Environment, Tangerang Selatan worth of IDR534,987,180. During the visit, Ibu Nur Aini, TPS3R Griya Resik manager, briefed us on waste segregation activities. She later explained that the main objective of the TPS3R is to segregate the non-organic waste from the organic waste for recycling and latter for conversion to compost and biogas.

Apart from the government fund, she added that TPS3R operating budget comes from monthly fees of 300 families living around the area which worth IDR17,000. It is surprising to know that they actually received some profit from the sales of the recyclable wastes and compost, and this definitely motivates them to engage more in this programme.

We also learnt that the segregated organic wastes were grounded and later was added into the bio digester for the production of biogas. The remaining was left on the compost plot for a month for composting before being sieved and ready to be traded. The discussion ended with souvenir giving ceremony and photography session.

 

 

Figure 2: Visit to TPS3R Griya Resik

DAY 2: VISIT SociopreneurID TO KAMPUNG KONSERVASI RIMBUN AND NAKNIK CANTIK

 

KAMPUNG KONSERVASI RIMBUN

Kampung Konservasi Rimbun, Banten (Conservation Village) founded by Gusri Effendi, Alfan (Gusti Effendi’s son) and friends is one of the insightful tourism spots in Banten, Indonesia which prioritize on nature conservation (land, water and air) and the empowerment of social, culture, economic, society and education. This place is initially a personal property which was then transformed by the owner into a tourist spot for education purposes through various fun activities. In addition, The Kampung Konservasi Rimbun is Mr. Gusri’s commitment as one of his Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, which aimed to be served as an educational platform for the local community and public not only for them to learn but also to appreciate biodiversity.

We were invited to have a first-hand experience to connect with nature at the Eco Centre area. Apart from being a nature education centre, the ‘kampung’ also holds a great potential in developing its social role to reach out local community and tourists by offering a unique concept of recreational activities, knowledge, understanding, enjoyment, conservation effort and appreciation of natural environment. The Centre also served as a platform to boost eco-tourism activities in Banten, and at the same time contributing to local socio-economic benefit.

Figure 3: KAMPUNG KONSERVASI RIMBUN, Benten Indonesia.

NAKNIK CANTIK

NAKNIK CANTIK is an organisation, which aims to help women from disadvantage backgrounds in Indonesia. It also equips them with the knowledge of entrepreneurship and skills to enhance their business including financial management, marketing as well as technology.

The purpose of the program is to equip housewives and single mothers with training in specialized skills that would allow them to actively participate in the economic growth of the country while maintaining their status as housewives. Therefore, they eventually have a platform to upgrade knowledge and skills, and be self-employed from home.

 

 

DAY 3: MEETING WITH BADAN PENGKAJIAN & PENERAPAN TEKNOLOGI (BPPT) & MOU SIGNING CEREMONY BETWEEN UNITEN AND SociopreneurID

 

  1. Badan Pengkajian & Penerapan Teknologi (BPPT)

SociopreneurID is one of the funding members under Badan Pengkajian & Penerapan Teknologi (BPPT).  Through the networking between WSBP and SociopreneurID, WSBP has been given the opportunity to collaborate with BPPT.  In the meeting between BPPT, WSBP and SociopreneurID, five (5) BPPT tenants presented about their product.

 

 

Figure 4: BADAN PENGKAJIAN & PENERAPAN TEKNOLOGI (BPPT), Indonesia.

The information about the five (5) BPPT tenants is as follows:

No.BPPT TenantProductDetails
1.Salam Berkah Sejahtera

BSD City Sektor IV

Jl. Gunung Rinjani Blok RD No. 67

Tangerang Selatan 15822

Indonesia

CEO: Ramadita Budhi Wardhana

Phone/Fax: +621 – 5387801

Email: salamberkah1@gmail.com

HP: +62 816 1924 335

 

Bio Gasification & Pyrolysis

–   Ethanol

–   Bio oil

–   Bio char

The company provides the service to manage the waste coming from market, slaughterhouse, and resident areas.  The wastes are processed into ethanol, bio oil and biochar.
2.Algaepark

Kawasan Wisata Umbul Siblarak

Desa Sidowayah, Kec. Polanharjo

Kab. Klaten, Jawa Tengah

Indonesia

Director: Rangga Warsita Aji, S.T

HP: +62 813 8108 5071

Email: ranggaaji54@yahoo.co.id

Website: www.algaepark.co.id

Algae Based Product

–   Chloten

–   Roomen

–   Kompos

The company grows algae in their facility and develop products to enhance the quality of soil.  Chloten is used on the agricultural soil, thus resulted double production of the crops.  Besides that, Roomen is the supplement for animal (cow) to improve its digestion system.  The other product is Kompos where it helps to accelerate composting process.
3.Telaga

Jl. Pasirkaliki No. 239B, Bandung

Gedung TBIC Puspitek Serpong

Jl. Raya Puspitek Gunung Sindu Bogor

Indonesia

CEO: W Latif Indra

HP: +62 813 2135 5551

Email: latifindra@yahoo.com

Website: www.telaga.we.id

Water Filter System (without electricity)The company product is Telaga water filter. It does not require boiling and electricity power.  It is free from germs and bacteria, and it removes dangerous chemical.  It provides 5 level of filtering system, which is practical for low-income level user.
4.BioMagg

Komplek Koperasi B-81

Jl. Gas Alam Cimanggis

Depok 16953

Indonesia

COO: Pandudamai Insani Taufiq

HP: +62 815 1354 9426

Bioconversion of Organic WasteThe company produces larvae using Black Soldier Fly (BSF).  The protein from larvae is extracted to become animal feed products.
5.Jangjo

Gedung 720 Pusat Bisnis dan Inovasi Teknologi, BPPT – Kawasan Puspitek Tangerang Selatan

 

CEO: Joe Hansen

Phone: +62 819 0888 8784

Email: jangjoindonesia@gmail.com

Waste Management DistributionThe company provides waste management distribution services from household – waste collectors – waste dealers.  They use apps to connect between the three parties.  Incentives are given to the household, additional income to waste collectors and waste dealers.