Industry Academic Partnership Program – IAPP Indonesia Developing Indonesian Coastal Areas as Sustainable Tourism Destinations – A replicable Integrated Engineering Model for Exemplary Waste Managemen

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Hardi, J (2019). Industry Academic Partnership Program – IAPP Indonesia Developing Indonesian Coastal Areas as Sustainable Tourism Destinations – A replicable Integrated Engineering Model for Exemplary Waste Managemen. Vice Chancellor Visit to School of the Built Environment and Architecture. London South Bank University, London 25 Feb 2019
AuthorsHardi, J
TypeConference poster
Abstract

Under the remit as a delivery partner of the Newton Fund, the Royal Academy of Engineering has partnered with the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia (RISTEKDIKTI) to enhance engineering teaching, research and innovation outcomes in Indonesian universities by building bilateral industry academia links. We have partnered with the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) in Indonesia with industry partners Lembaga Penerapan Teknologi Tepat (LPTT), MANTRA, CLEAR Community and Atelier 10. Together, we have worked on two projects that address the impact of coastal pollution on tourism in Indonesia. In the context of an urgent need in Indonesia to address waste management infrastructure provision in coastal areas, LSBU and ITB are collaborating with the industry partners to deliver a world-standard integrated waste-management engineering model as an exemplar solution for Indonesia. In this IAPP programme, our team combines a wide-ranging Industry and Academic expertise to develop and enhance engineering methodology and technology. It brings innovative approach in addressing Indonesia’s waste management challenges. This project is a catalyst for further industry engagement, and a knowledge based and skills transfer in Engineering research and education. Batu Karas in Pangandaran, West Java has been selected as a UN Sustainable Tourism Observatory and study area for engineering research into waste management, both programmes run by ITB.

Keywordssustainability; built environment; architecture; engineering; sustainable tourism; indonesia; BIM; pedagogy; solid waste management; community engagement; pyrolisis
Year2019
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Print25 Feb 2019
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Deposited09 Apr 2019
Accepted25 Feb 2019
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