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Journal > Jurnal Teknik Lingkungan > PERENCANAAN SISTEM PENGELOLAAN SAMPAH KECAMATAN GAJAH MUNGKUR KOTA SEMARANG

 

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Jurnal Teknik Lingkungan
Vol 3, No 3 (2014): Jurnal Teknik Lingkungan
PERENCANAAN SISTEM PENGELOLAAN SAMPAH KECAMATAN GAJAH MUNGKUR KOTA SEMARANG
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
29 Aug 2014
 
Solid waste management has become an increasingly urgent problem in cities in Indonesia. Solid waste must be managed well because waste can cause environment pollution and become disease vector. Gajah Mungkur District area is part of the garbage service area in Semarang city. Broadly speaking, the condition of waste management in the Gajah Mungkur District has not been completely worked well. Based on it even take be evaluated by the condition of the existing service rate is only 66% with area service reaches 100%. From the analysis, waste volume in Gajah Mungkur is 3,54 l/person/day with composition solid waste 37,53% organic and 62,47% an-organic.  Management planning of solid waste at Gajah Mungkur in 2031 service rate reached 93%. Management planning at processing solid waste with “3R house” which at 2031 Gajah Mungkur district have 25 units can reduce 48% from all solid waste services. Management planning of solid waste consist of regulations sub systems is enforcement of municipal solid waste regulations with requirements, incentives and disincentivess, and also standard operational procedures. At institutional sub system is optimize a function of UPTD as solid waste operator service. Financing sub system is source of municipal solid waste financing from APBD and retribution. With applying reduce, reuse, recycle and composting at 3R houses expected can increase public participation with solid waste utilization activity and landfill lifetime.
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