NON-DOMESTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT MODEL WITH SMARTPHONE UTILIZATION IN SEMARANG CITYMUHAMMAD ALI, SUDHARTO P. HADI, AND MAMAN SOMANTRI
Waste is a residue produced from various human activities that could lead to environment damage or pollution both physically and biologically if it is not managed properly. Waste comes from domestic activities such as daily household activities, and non-domestic such as trade, agriculture, or industrial activity. The domestic waste nowadays is managed by waste bank and integrated waste management, but in other case non-domestic waste still depends on government role to manage it. Recently, non-domestic waste still uses collect transport throw away system. This system could make the Final Waste Processing Place quicker full and leads negative impacts caused by the waste. As a city that will develop smartcity system, Semarang city government should be more concerned to the system in handling waste by utilizing Information Technology (IT), therefore the goal becomes clean city could be realized. The advantages of this IT should be utilized as a medium to cultivate awareness of environmental information, such as information of the accumulation of waste, flood, fire, congestion, etc. This research will look for waste management model by utilizing information technology using internet media and smart phone as tools for more effective and efficient waste management. The role of this information technology will be combined with waste banks or Integrated Waste Management Place (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) to make waste management of non-domestic sources runs effectively.
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