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TEKNOLOGI 3 R LB3 Ir. Antho Handiono, MT., MM. BADAN PENGENDALIAN LINGKUNGAN HIDUP (BPLH)

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1 TEKNOLOGI 3 R LB3 Ir. Antho Handiono, MT., MM. BADAN PENGENDALIAN LINGKUNGAN HIDUP (BPLH)

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4 Kegiatan Exploitas yang menghasilkan bahan baku untuk industri dan juga limbah Kegiatan Produksi yang menghasilkan bahan produk Siap pakai dan limbah Kegiatan Pengelolaan Limbah Gambaran lain dari Cradle to Grave

5 Gambaran Sistem cradle to grave dari suatu material (packaging) Dari sebuah kotak plastik Bagaimana sebuah Kardus diproduksi Dan akhirnya menjadi limbah?

6 Paradigma Baru untuk limbah (LB3)

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8 Gambaran “From cradle to cradle” dengan menggunakan biological nutrient Dari sebuah packaging yang compostabledan recycable box

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13 Teknologi 3 R 3 R REDUCE RECYCLE REUSE RECOVERY

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15 Perbedaan? AVOID Biasanya memerlukan pergantian bahan input Atau pergantian sistem Contoh: Penggunaan Chlorin untuk disinfectan digantikan dengan penyinaran ozon di water treatment. Sistem Proses O ton/jam input

16 Perbedaan? REDUCE Biasanya memerlukan pemeliharaan sistem yang Kontinu atau penggantian input Atau pergantian proses REDUCE  dapat dgn Kombinasi prinsip pengellolaan (kita akan lihat nanti)

17 PERBEDAAN? 1.TEMPAT AQUA GALON ? 2.PAKAIAN YANG KITA GUNAKAN SEKARANG? SERING KITA GUNAKAN 3.GELAS DAN PIRING YANG SERING KITA GUNAKAN DI RUMAH? Penggunaan air di boiler ? Penggunaan limbah bagase di pabrik gula ?

18 Perbedaan? RECYCLE Proses Sintesa Input Output 100kg/jam

19 Perbedaan? Recovery Memanfaatkan/mengambil nilai positif dari suatu limbah Sifat Fisika dan atau Kimia

20 Strategies for printing greener Print on both sides of the paper, and reduce the width of margins and font sizes. These options reduce waste and save both resources and money. Keep your mailing list updated. Evaluate your data, delete duplicates, remove those who have requested to be off, and target your mailings to specific audiences. This can help save money on printing and mailing costs, provide you with a more effective mailing, and reduce waste throughout the printing process. Request paper with pulp that is brightened without the use of chlorine. Chlorine bleaching creates a toxic, bio- accumulative waste by-product called dioxin. By demanding alternatives to chlorine-bleached papers, you help create new markets and encourage paper mills to move away from polluting production practices. Use paper labeled totally chlorine-free (TCF) or processed chlorine-free (PCF). Both terms mean that the mill did not use chlorine compounds to brighten the paper. Talk to your paper vendor or printer about the price and availability of TCF and PCF papers. Both significantly reduce the persistent, bio-accumulative compounds in the mill wastewater that are associated with the traditional chlorine bleaching process. Request inks with non-petroleum bases, such as soybeans or linseed. Request inks that emit low amounts of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Non-petroleum-based inks are usually lower in VOCs. Use pre-press technologies that eliminate or reduce hazardous materials, such as direct-to-plate printing. Buy paper that is produced by a company with a stated commitment to environmental stewardship, and to minimizing ecological impacts and ensuring long-term sustainable production. Purchase and specify post-consumer recycled content papers. This helps expand the recycling market and assure recycling programs stay viable and effective. It also closes the loop by diverting waste from landfills and incinerators. As an added benefit, purchasing papers made from recycled stock means using fewer trees to make the paper. According to the Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance, the average office worker uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year. The U.S. EPA estimates that paper and paperboard account for almost 40 percent of our garbage.

21 Chomium-3 is found in air, water, rocks, soil, and certain foods. As an essential trace mineral, humans require chromium in very small amounts. It is found in such foods as broccoli, cheese, meats, cereal, brewer's yeast, whole grains, and mushrooms. /

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