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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|
The implementation of smart trash as smart environment concept
Transportation Program, Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, State University of Jakarta, Rawamangun, Indonesia
2 Informatics Education Studies Program, Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, State University of Jakarta, Rawamangun, Indonesia
3 Electronics Engineering Vocational and Education Program, Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, State University of Jakarta, Rawamangun, Indonesia
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One of the efforts to improve the quality of urban environment is smart environment concept that has become one of six of smart city indicators such as smart government, smart economy, smart people, smart mobility, and smart living. Smart environment means an environment that provides comfort, resources, physical and nonphysical beauty, and visual for the people, also students in their schools. This research aimed to apply the concept of smart trash bin in schools. This smart trash bin that detects rubbish based on rubbish group (plastic and metal). In addition, the smart trash bin has a function as education for the students as well. It has explanation about knowledge and how to use the trash bin so the students have awareness to keep environment clean and beauty. The research used Research and Development method from Borg and Gall model. The target of this research was the students in elementary school. The final result of this smart trash bin was a feasibility test product. There will be a test for the students using questionnaire. So that this smart trash bin is effective to improve the knowledge of students about rubbish.
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