Inovasi Pengelolaan Sampah Berbasis Teknologi Waste To Energy Di Kota Malang (Studi Tempat Pembuangan Akhir Supiturang)

*Amalia Rahmadani Anwar  -  Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia
Muhammad Kamil  -  Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia
Ach. Apriyanto Romadhan  -  Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia
Published: 1 Mar 2020.
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Abstract
Increasing municipal waste is generated from every human activity. The purpose of
the research is related to innovation in waste management using waste to energy
technology in the utilization of waste in the Supit Urang Landfill. Gas emissions from
landfills that are piled up in landfills not only try to reduce and prevent humans, the
environment and the earth from damage, but also the use of renewable energy.
Descriptive qualitative research methods. Data collection techniques through
documentation, interviews and observation of field studies. Data analysis techniques
through the data collection of field study results (written or oral), examined, reduced
until later drawn conclusions. Using Roger's innovation theory. The research results
show that the problem of waste is not only borne by the government. Waste
management must be completed from upstream to downstream from the community
settlement to the final disposal site. The renewal of the management system in the use
of waste has been in effect since the program decentralization from the Ministry of
Public Works and Public Housing to the Department of Environment to build the
latest technology-based waste disposal system. German assistance in infrastructure
development has been a factor in the success of the renewal of the Supit Urang landfill
waste utilization system. The output of the waste to energy program is electricity and
gas. Increased energy production from landfills has benefited the community and also
local governments as energy producers.
Keywords: Inovation; Waste management; Waste to Energy

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