Developing Indonesian Coastal Areas as Sustainable Tourism Destinations – A Replicable Integrated Engineering Model for Exemplary Waste Management

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Hardi, J. (2018). Developing Indonesian Coastal Areas as Sustainable Tourism Destinations – A Replicable Integrated Engineering Model for Exemplary Waste Management. London
AuthorsHardi, J.
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Abstract

ITB, LSBU and LPTT are collaborating with CLEAR Community to deliver a world-standard integrated waste management engineering model as an exemplar solution for Indonesia. We identified Batu Karas, a coastal village in Pangandaran, West Java as our case study are, where CLEAR has been working for several years with the community to research and apply waste and environment solutions.
The three main objectives of the project were to:
1. Bring together experts from UK and Indonesia to deliver a world-standard integrated waste management engineering model that can act as exemplar for other areas and local communities across Indonesia. 2. Provide practical, simple and deliverable waste management solutions to equip Tourism Destinations in Indonesia to develop with greater sustainability. 3. Increase understanding amongst academia, industry and the wider public regarding the latest technological solutions for affordable community-scale waste and recycling treatment in Indonesia and identify the potential actions required to further improve apply those technologies. This project exchange has enabled all the above objectives to be successfully met.

Keywordssustainability, architecture, engineering, solid waste management, pyrolisis, Indonesia, Pangandaran, West Java, sustainable tourism, plastic, plastic waste, plastic waste management, recycling, community recycling
Year2018
Place of publicationLondon
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Deposited30 Apr 2020
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Final Report for Royal Academy of Engineering and Newton Fund funded project under the IAPP (Industry Academia Partnership Programme - 2 IAPP1617/38

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