E3S Web Conf.
Volume 73, 2018The 3rd International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Information System (ICENIS 2018)
|Number of page(s)||3|
|Section||Energy Planning, Policy, and Management|
|Published online||21 December 2018|
People’s Electricity Program For Solving Overload Domestic Waste Issue By Converting Trash To Energy Utilizing Bio-Digester Method
Electrical Enginering Department, Sekolah Tinggi Teknik - PLN, Jakarta - Indonesia
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Big Rubbish has always been an issue to most major cities in Indonesia. The need to solve, handling and reducing tons of waste has become very urgent. One of the solution is People’s Electricity Program. The Idea is by converting domestic waste to energy in efficient, affordable and eco-friendly ways. The research started in Pondok Kopi RW 10, East Jakarta, converting domestic waste using bio-digester method, and thus experiments succeed turn the trash to compost leachate that can be use as fertilizer as well as forage ingredient. In this article, authors will focus on the detail of An-aerobic Digester known also as bio-digester method which is an alternative technology in The People’s Electricity Program to manage waste, converting it as energy. While researching and developing for People’s Electricity Program, The idea to create briquettes from waste came up. This waste-briquettes is being tested and checked in laboratory where its eventually having calorie level closed to coal’s calorie level. By using the bio-digester method on People’s Electricity Program, the waste-to-energy conversion can be built any where and become a solution to waste management, reducing the amount of junk while giving value provide an energy source for community.
Key words: bio-digester / briquettes / people’s electricity / rubbish
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