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The awareness of waste management at company ABC and company XYZ.

The awareness of waste management at company ABC and company XYZ.

The waste material is an unused material or rejected unwanted. According to Adewole and Taiwo,A. (2009), waste management must mean the collection, keeping, treatment and disposal of wastes in such a way as to render it harmless to human and animal life, the ecology and the environment generally. Apart from that, the waste as the term implies is any solid, liquid or gaseous substances or materials which being a scrap or being super flows, refuse or reject, is disposal off or required to be disposal as unwanted, this is environmental law.
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Waste Management Inc. (Maya Nurmayani)

Waste Management Inc. (Maya Nurmayani)

Setelah membaca kronologis kasus pada Waste Management Inc dapat di analisis bahwa dalam hal ini, para eksekutif Waste Management Inc. telah melakukan hal yang salah, dengan membuat keputusan yang buruk melakukan penipuan keuangan hanya untuk mencapai “target laba yang telah ditentukan” mereka. Mereka telah merugikan banyak pihak, Ini tidak hanya menyebabkan kerusakan finansial, tetapi menunjukkan bagaimana CEO perusahaan tidak memiliki integritas dan komitmen, serta melanggar prinsip-prinsip GCG seperti:

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Solid Waste Management of KMC 2015 Nepal

Solid Waste Management of KMC 2015 Nepal

The SWM Act, 2011 and Rules, 2013 comprehensively cover all aspects of the waste stream, i.e., from prevention, collection to final disposal. The audit findings shows that some provisions of SWM Act are not complied resulting no separation of waste at source in efficiency in the waste collection and transportation system. Reduction, recycle and reuse (3Rs) of waste are almost lacking. Engagement of the private organizations in SWM activities could not be formalized and coordinated. Multiple handling of waste and poor condition of access road to landfill site have adversely effected on efficiency of SWM. The Sisdol landfill could not be managed in environment-friendly manner and construction of the new landfill has found in slow pace. The monitoring and follow-up aspects are inadequate. The inefficient and unplanned management of solid waste have posed risk on human and environment. It has also increased the cost of waste handling.
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Chemical Waste Management and Disposal

Chemical Waste Management and Disposal

– “Procedures for the Laboratory-Scale Treatment of Surplus and Waste Chemicals, Section 7.D in Prudent Practices in the Laboratory: Handling and Disposal of Chemicals,” National Academy Press, 1995, available online: http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=4911 – “Destruction of Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory,

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Group Japan Report Taufik Irawan eng1

Group Japan Report Taufik Irawan eng1

In Law No. 18 on Waste Management, the definition of waste as a residual activity of human and / or natural processes is solid. Waste is essentially waste or waste from human sources of activity and natural processes that have no economic value, can even have a negative economic value because in the good handling to dispose or clean it costs a lot. Waste is material that has no value or value for the purpose of fabrication of ordinary or principal or the use of defective or defective goods on manufacturing fabrics or excessive or irreversible materials or consumables. Waste management is a systematic and sustainable activity that includes waste reduction and handling.
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Jurnal Ilmu Politik dan Komunikasi

Jurnal Ilmu Politik dan Komunikasi

This study is using a Green Thought perspective, which demands radical changes (basic) in terms of socio- political organization and emphasized the importance of human relationships with the environment. The normative juridical (legal) approaching is also used in this study in interpreting the legislation articles. This study used qualitative methods through literature studies and interviews. Based on this research, the result are Unikom has the potential to produce e-waste in a specified period in the future. Unikom does not have internal policies that are specific to e-waste management, but those of activities and mechanism in the field of academic and administrative offices have demonstrated the existence of the management of e-waste. E-Waste Management in Unikom has done in three phases: First, the management of the obsolete equipment or technical problems. Second, upgrading the electronical equipment regarding to the development of technology and third, Hardware class as curriculum subject in Unikom indirectly represents the management of e-waste. Key Word : E-Waste, Electronic, Waste, Environtmental, UNIKOM
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SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT FORCOMMUNITY BASED

SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT FORCOMMUNITY BASED

2. Voluntary recycling training. Recycling training for the community was required as a irst step. The training acquired some experts and other communities to share their experiences towards waste collection in particular. This included a course on waste management, which was aimed at community leaders with responsibility for ensuring that the recycling process on the site was managed. Acquiring the best practices from other organizations does not only enhance community awareness but also initiates involvement in various stages of neighborhood facilities, from the waste collection process to promoting a social enterprise model. For communities who passed the irst round of the Green and Clean competition, the government provided recycling training. Recycling played a pivotal role in the local economy. This resulted in a considerable saving that can be realized through recycling, especially when it avoided the cost of disposal. Following the rising costs associated with transporting waste to the city landill, the City Government of Surabaya encouraged all communities to recycle their waste. Landills have limited space. When it was full, the community had to replace it with another landill, which was generally more expensive, especially in urban areas. The amount was derived from the training cost, which was expected to be around IDR 6,000,000 for annual training activities.
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THE INFLUENCE OF COMPOSITION AND FINAL PYROLYSIS TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS ON GLOBAL KINETICS OF COMBUSTION OF SEGREGATED MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE.

THE INFLUENCE OF COMPOSITION AND FINAL PYROLYSIS TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS ON GLOBAL KINETICS OF COMBUSTION OF SEGREGATED MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE.

2 and the waste pickers at the TPS pay less attention to the aspect of neatness (DKP, 2014). Other municipalities around the world also have identified disposal of MSW as a major problem which needs urgent workable solutions. There is no one strategy that is suitable to apply for waste management. EPA developed a hierarchy ranking the most environmentally sound strategies for municipal solid waste. In this hierarchy, th e 3R’s Reduce, Reuse and Recycle are seen as the most preferred strategy in MSW management (USEPA, 2013). Both recycling and composting can decrease the use of natural resources, the amount of pollution in the atmosphere, and the amount of waste which would end up in landfills/ dumping places.
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Group Japan Report Silvia Herera

Group Japan Report Silvia Herera

One of the important things in doing waste management is sorting of waste which owned by the community. Tokyo cultivates 3R (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) in managing good waste as did the Japanese "choinakai" movement. They are people who started the culture or habit of managing waste properly. The movement continues to grow and is supported by various layers of society in Japan. Although the movement of environmental care in the community is growing rapidly, but the Japanese government does not yet have regulations or laws governing waste processing. At that time, environmental issues have not been a priority for the Japanese government. Japan just issued a law about 20 years later. They see positive developments with great support from the rest of society. The Japanese Parliament issued the Basic Law for the Promotion of the Formation of Recycling Oriented Society. Previously, they had issued Containers and Packaging Recycle Law first in 1997. Based on these, there are at least three secrets of Japanese success in handling household waste. • First, the high priority of the community in the recycling program. Almost all Japanese understand the
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12 ISWM in Indonesia   presentatiion

12 ISWM in Indonesia presentatiion

institutional and economic aspects. This approach ensures that all the institutional and economic aspects. This approach ensures that all the local issues affecting waste management in a specific area are taken local issues affecting waste management in a specific area are taken into consideration.

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ANALISIS DAN IDENTIFIKASI SISA MATERIAL KONTRUKSI DALAM PROYEK PEMBANGUNAN DAN PENINGKATAN JALAN SOLO-GEMOLONG-GEYER Bts, Kab.SRAGEN

ANALISIS DAN IDENTIFIKASI SISA MATERIAL KONTRUKSI DALAM PROYEK PEMBANGUNAN DAN PENINGKATAN JALAN SOLO-GEMOLONG-GEYER Bts, Kab.SRAGEN

Recycle merupakan proses daur ulang sisa material konstruksi menjadi suatu produk baru yang memiliki nilai guna dan nilai jual. Merencanakan usaha pendaur ulangan dapat dilakukan dengan pengenalan tentang keuntungan yang didapat serta cara-cara pelaksanaannya kepada pihak-pihak yang terkait dalam pelaksanaan proyek konstruksi. Proses daur ulang pada umumnya hanya dapat dilakukan terhadap material tertentu yang sifatnya dapat didaur ulang. Jenis sisa material yang dapat didaur ulang antara lain karet, aspal, beton, besi, cat, plastik, kayu, pipa PVC, kertas packaging, besi baja, kaca, keramik, aluminium, seng. Tindakan yang dapat dilakukan untuk melakukan daur ulang (Construction waste management guide, 2005), antara lain:
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Group Japan Report Hanif Rahmatullah

Group Japan Report Hanif Rahmatullah

In reality, household waste is not disaggregated and incorporated regardless of its type, making it difficult for recycling, and processing by waste management officers. This is due to the lack of socialization from the central and local governments on the process of waste management when this government regulation has been 5 years mandated after its publication and the facilities provided by the local government are very rare, in fact in article 17 PP No. 81 2012 said that the district / city government provides District-scale waste disposal facility and article 18 which explains that the residential, commercial, industrial, special area, public and social management areas are required to provide TPS, TPS 3R and collecting equipment for disaggregated waste that meet the following conditions:
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Knowledge, Action, Perception and Attitude of Management of Talangagung Landfill toward Edu-Tourism Program: A Community Perspective

Knowledge, Action, Perception and Attitude of Management of Talangagung Landfill toward Edu-Tourism Program: A Community Perspective

This study aimed to determine the knowledge, action, perception, and attitude of landfill managers and community to Talangagung landfill program as an edu-tourism destination in Malang. Talangagung landfill became one of the best examples of waste management in Indonesia. This study used a quantitative approach by conducting field observations and questionnaire survey for data collecting. Questionnaires were distributed to community around landfill to assessed waste management in Talangagung landfill as an edu-tourism attraction. The data obtained was analyzed descriptive quantitatively by using Likert scale. The results showed that landfill manager and community had good knowledge about waste management practices based on environmental conservation principles. This was in line with the action, perception, attitude of landfill managers and community that supported the government program. The average Likert score of observed indicators indicated that respondents' answers were in the 'high level' category with a score of 3.92. It means respondents had a positive response to the questions posed by the researcher based on conditions in the field. Synergy and cooperation between landfill managers and community were one of the keys to support the success and sustainability of edu-tourism program in Talangagung landfill.
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Automatic Waste Disposal Management System.

Automatic Waste Disposal Management System.

Nowadays, waste disposal management continues to be a rising challenge as a population grows at the municipal areas and along with the industrial development of countries. At the wet market, economic activity in wet markets impacted negatively on the environment. This is because of the inefficient waste management that cause of the production from waste water, solid waste, even odor problems and flies that can cause diseases to the dealer and consumers. Previous, many wet markets or public markets are built near rivers or estuaries (Fathi A. Rhoma et al, 2010). This is to facilitate the work of the discharges waste food and waste water directly into the river system. Although the country has developed, this situation still continues for most of the wet market until now. In addition, many public markets categorized as commercial trade was still not had a special management system established by the authorities and government. Therefore, a special project to be done to solve the problem of wet market wastes disposal management systems existing today.
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02.0 Waste - its origin, its destination... 2337KB Mar 29 2010 05:00:20 AM

02.0 Waste - its origin, its destination... 2337KB Mar 29 2010 05:00:20 AM

 Domestic hazardous waste (also called "household Domestic hazardous waste (also called "household hazardous waste") & toxic waste: medication, paints, hazardous waste") & toxic waste: medication, paints, chemicals, light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, spray cans, chemicals, light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, spray cans, fertilizer and pesticide containers, batteries, shoe

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Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Analisis dan Pemetaan Lokasi Tempat Pembuangan Akhir (TPA) dengan Sistem Informasi Geografis dan Metode Simple Additive Weighting

Institutional Repository | Satya Wacana Christian University: Analisis dan Pemetaan Lokasi Tempat Pembuangan Akhir (TPA) dengan Sistem Informasi Geografis dan Metode Simple Additive Weighting

Talaud is a new autonomous district that is still confronted with the lack of Landfill facilitiy, therefore the analysis and mapping of the landfill is conducted to assess the feasible location that meets the national standard. This study discusses the combination of two methods to support the selection of landfill in Talaud District especially Karakelang Island, as the implementation of Law No. 18 of 2008 on waste management. Spatial analysis techniques are used to analyze map data so that the number of alternatives can be narrowed. The Simple Additive Weighting method is used to rank the weight of each alternative and criteria so the feasible location of national standard landfill can be discovered. The analysis generate a location with the highest rank, which is Sub-district Essang with a preference value of 0.968.
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