Waste-to-energy plant in Bantargebang, Bekasi, finally inaugurated on Monday (25/3/2019) in Bekasi. The plant, dubbed as Merah Putih, is ready to manage waste up to 100 tons per day and produce 700 kilowatt of electricity.
In spite of presidential regulation issued in 2018 stipulated the acceleration of waste-to-energy plant development, budget allocation for the tipping fee of waste management in regional remains an issue.
Indonesia’s Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology or BPPT develops thermal-based waste management with 50-100 tons capacity per day at Bantar Gebang Landfill, Bekasi, West Java.
As one of the largest waste contributors with 8,000 tons per day, DKI Jakarta will start to built waste to energy power plant in Sunter, North Jakarta, in December 2018.
With increasing fossil fuel consumption leading to environment issues including air pollution and global warming, Indonesian Institute of Sciences develops alternative energy, bioethanol, from palm oil.
Indonesia and Denmark establish an agreement to tackle waste and water issues worth of nearly US$150,000 through sharing best practice and innovation.
Jakarta (Greeners) – Delegasi Uni Eropa (UE) untuk Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam, dan ASEAN, serta Kementrian Energi dan Sumber Daya Mineral (ESDM), meluncurkan Pekan Sampah untuk Energi atau Waste to Energy […]