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Volume 74, 2018International Conference Series on Life Cycle Assessment: Life Cycle Assessment as A Metric to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals (ICSoLCA 2018)
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|Published online||12 December 2018|
Harmony of urban microcommunal-based domestic waste management
School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia, 10430, Salemba, Indonesia.
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This paper examines utilizing compost from household organic waste on green space in a scale of micro-community, Rukun Tetangga. Harmony of urban microcommunal-based domestic solid waste management is designed through its social psycology variables are encouraging degree of cultural harmony in the microcommunal of domestic waste management, degree of physical harmony in the microcommunal of domestic waste management, degree of phsycological harmony in the microcommunal of domestic waste management. Since its implementation in urban, Sub-District Suka Asih, Tangerang City, Banten will impact reduction of illegal disposal of domestic waste into canal, reduction of CO2(eq) emission, and reduction of landfill area. The research uses quantitative analysis by questionnaire with Likert scale method to elaborate individual attitude and social system. Uses quantitative analysis by using CBA to measure total cost-benefit impacts arising, and LCA to measure of CO2(eq) emission as pollutant impacts, and arithmetic models for modeling the impacts of land use. These findings contribute to the literature by emphasizing how individual attitudes, environmental problems, and settlements play an important role in the success of a harmonious solid waste management system.
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