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Journal : Probono and Community Service Journal

Community-Driven Waste Management: The Waste Bank Initiative in Taman Banten Lestari Housing Estate, Serang City Nurikah Nurikah; Eki Furqon
Probono and Community Service Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2022): Development and Empowerment of Village Legal Awareness
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51825/pcsj.v1i2.16897


Garbage Banks are one of the innovations that societies make in reducing waste at their source: environment-based waste management and garbage management starting at the source. Garbage can can be a environmental problem, especially garbage from communities in which garbage comes from communities in which it is not treated well, so it will become a load of garbage-based garbage Banks, which are based on citizen citizen participation become an alternative to garbage solutions based on principles of distribution, reuse, Recyle and replant (4r) mean communities become social capital to phase out the existence of trash Banks in household garbage management programs. A change in people's thinking on the management of household garbage should be built through the education of junk management based on community participation to reduce garbage from its source so that people should be aware of and eventually integrated into community-based garbage bank programs. The method of community participation in the home environment should be part of a region that should be done through both educational and dialogue and referrals as an adaptation of the Banks of garbage to the community to act out environmental concerns through the participation of trash based programs through trash Banks. Public-based waste bank education programs will impact the next ward in which people will be involved in high rates of engagement to move together to maintain the environment, especially the city.
Harnessing Plastic Waste: The Utilization of the Ecobrick Method in Jatiwaringin Village, Mauk District, Tangerang Regency Ahmad Adriansyah; Karim Maulana; Nurikah Nurikah
Probono and Community Service Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2022): Community Empowerment and Legal Awareness
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51825/pcsj.v1i1.16773


of handling and managing waste by recycling is another dimension that helps in the utilization of waste. Plastic waste originating from household activities is a problem wherever there are settlements, especially densely populated settlements. A method is needed to be able to reduce the production of waste into new products in order to be able to reuse the waste that has been disposed of. Tangerang Regency is one of the densely populated areas that has problems with household waste. Ecobricks or environmentally friendly bricks are made by compressing plastic waste into bottles to a certain density, 1 bottle of 600ml drinking water can compress plastic waste up to 200gr. The basic principle of Ecobrick is to make the people of Jatiwaring village want to reduce the production of plastic waste and can make something of value. If every household turns their household plastic waste into Ecobrick, a lot of plastic waste will be reduced from the Final Processing Site (TPA). We involve the people of Jatiwaringin village to overcome the problem of the large amount of plastic waste production in Jatiwaringin Village, starting from providing an understanding of the importance of suppressing plastic waste production and providing training and assistance on how to make Ecobricks. The results of this study state that Ecobricks are an effective step to reduce household-level waste production, besides that the work made from Ecobricks also has the potential to increase the eco the economic value of household scale.