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    Legok Nangka Ready to Process Waste into Electric Energy

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    JAKARTA - Construction of Legok Nangka Regional Waste Processing and Final Processing Site (TPPAS) is planned to be a solution for handling solid waste in Bandung Raya.

    The Daily Implementer of West Java Governor, H. Mochamad Iriawan said that Legok Nangka TPPAS was designed using Thermal and Landfill technology to accommodate residues.

    "So this TPPAS will generate electricity for the community. If this works, this is PLTSa (Waste Power Plant) which can be an example, or a pilot project for other provinces," said Iriawan, at The Third Indonesia - Japan Joint Meeting Committee on Waste to Energy Development in Indonesia, Monday (08/06/2018), at Pullman Hotel Thamrin Jakarta.

    Regarding the procurement process, the West Java Provincial Government must fulfill several conditions including the agreement to fulfill the gap in processing waste costs (processing fees) to fulfill project feasibility.

    In addition, the provincial government must also provide certainty about the scenario  of transporting garbage from the district / city to the Legok Nangka TPPAS. As well as the fulfillment of the AMDAL document, it also handle the asset status of the Ministry of PUPR RI at the site of cooperation.

    "We will immediately meet other requirements for the acceleration of this project," he said.

    "If implemented, this will be the fastest among national projects related to processing waste into energy," he continued.

    Related to cooperation with Japan, especially the Ministry of Environment Japan / MoEJ. Iriawan said the Japanese were quick to respond to what was asked by the West Java Province.

    Iriawan also hopes that the West Java residents, who are affected by the Legok Nangka project, also must be considered for the viability of their lives.

    "The point is, I will do acceleration so that Legok Nangka is fast and well done. Hopefully the remaining 1.5 months will be left, Legok Nangka will have significant progress," he hoped.

    Meanwhile, Head of the Government Goods / Services Procurement Policy Agency (LKPP) Agus Prabowo revealed, after several important things were followed up, then the process of procuring the Government and Business Cooperation Project (PPP) could be carried out in accordance with the pre-feasibility study document input.

    LKPP itself will assist the West Java Provincial Government in providing advice and opinions for project implementation. As well as providing advice and opinions for improving the final pre-feasibility study.

    LKPP will also provide assistance to increase human resource capacity through training for PJPK, PPP Team and Procurement Committee in carrying out all stages of procurement according to Perka LKPP through training for PJPK, PPP Team, and Procurement Committee.

    "Also provide technical guidance in the preparation of Project Procurement Documents, and provide technical guidance in the implementation of Project procurement in accordance with the provisions of the legislation," he said.

    He revealed, that around December 2016, his party had also signed an MoU for the acceleration of Legok Nangka PLTSa with the West Java Governor, Ahmad Heryawan.

    Agus said, among other PLTSa projects, West Java was the most advanced in its progress.

    "Legok Nangka is the most ready to be executed, we have hope that Legok Nangka will be the first in Indonesia," Agus said.

    However, continued Agus, there was still an obligation from the Governor of West Java that had to be cleared up a little more.

    One of them, renewed the agreement between the Governor of West Java and the 6 regional heads regarding management fees.

    "Indeed (almost all requirements) have been prepared (West Java Provincial Government), but some regional heads will change, who knows there is a policy change," he said.

    "In this case West Java must work hard," he said.

    Maritime Coordinating Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that the waste problem has long been a concern for Indonesia.
    But, continued Luhut, the President of the Republic Indonesia, Joko Widodo, ordered the acceleration of the waste treatment process.

    "Personally I am very involved in this problem because it includes 80% of land-based garbage which pollutes the sea," he said.

    To accelerate the resolution of the waste problem in Indonesia, the government involves Japan. Because the country is considered experienced in processing waste.

    Luhut hopes that cooperation with Japan can accelerate all processes and progress.

    "We are glad that Japan can enter Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Surabaya, Bali. Many other cities can be immediately entered," he continued.

    Legok Nangka TPPAS itself, is an urban solid waste management project of 1,800 tons per day sourced from 6 Regencies. Among them are Bandung Regency, Bandung City, Sumedang Regency, Cimahi City, West Bandung Regency, and Garut Regency, which are located in Legok Nangka, Bandung Regency, West Java.

    With environmentally friendly technology, Legok Nangka is also a Waste Power Plant (PLTSa) with a capacity of 18 MW, and an Electricity Purchase Agreement with PLN.

    On the other hand, in accordance with the Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 35 of 2018 concerning the Acceleration of the Construction of Waste Management Plants into Electric Energy Based on Environmentally Friendly Technology.

    According to these provisions, the construction of waste processing plants into electricity based on environmentally friendly technology will be implemented in 12 regions in Indonesia. Among them, Bandung (West Java Regional), DKI Jakarta Province, Tangerang City, South Tangerang City, Bekasi City, Semarang City, Surakarta City, Surabaya City, Makassar City, Denpasar City, Palembang City, and Manado City.

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