UTILIZATION OF THE REMAINING PRODUCTION OF THE WOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY IN KEDIRI REGENCY, INDONESIASAIFUDIN, MOHAMMAD RAZIF AND MARITHA NILAM KUSUMA
The wood processing industry has to conduct environmental management by Law 32 of 2009,which is to suppress waste generation at the zero waste point, including the wood processing industry located in Sambirejo Village, Pare District, Kediri Regency. This industry processes various types of wood to become a community of goods or furniture for households. This study aims to examine aspects of the utilization of the remaining products of the wood processing industry in terms of technical aspects, environment, and economy. In terms of technical aspects, the utilization of wood processing industry waste is feasible because of an analysis of product design,capacity design, process, and facility design and analysis of human resources. While from the environmental aspect, of a total of 16,073.68 mÂ³/year, the waste produced can be fully utilized. 10,800mÂ³/year is used as Boiler fuel, 3,600 mÂ³/year is sold to the public as tofu and tempeh fuel, and the other 1,673.68 mÂ³/year is used as wood pellets. Concerning the economic aspect, the cost of making wood pellets is IDR 1,412 /kg, including labor costs and maintenance of equipment, so the profit of selling wood pellets to Europe at IDR 3,480 / kg is IDR 2,067 / kg.