Optimalisasi Pengelolaan Bank Sampah untuk Mengurangi Volume Sampah Non Organik Sekaligus Menghasilkan Nilai Ekonomis bagi Masyarakat Kelurahan Krajan Kabupaten Madiun

  • Umi Hanifah UIN Sunan Ampel

Abstract

Abstract: In general, people think of waste as a useless item, not as a resource that can be utilized. The waste management model "collected-transported, and disposed of" will have an unfavorable impact on the environment around the landfill. To achieve optimal waste management, there must be a new breakthrough in waste management. The purpose of this study is to know the optimum effort of waste management with the procurement of garbage bank in Krajan Sub-district of Madiun Regency through ABK (Asset Based Communities Development) KKN activity by UIN Sunan Ampel students. ABCD is one approach in community service. This approach emphasizes the empowerment and development of assets in the community. In the implementation of KKN UIN Sunan Ampel ABCD-based, students are required to explore the availability of social assets owned by the community. The synchronization between the availability of social assets and the work program of KKN is the determinant of the success of ABCD. From the garbage bank management activities by the community that was accompanied by students of KKN UIN Sunan Ampel this result is quite encouraging, in the first launching of garbage bank named "Natuna" runs very well. Many urban villages participated in this activity as well as depositing garbage to Natuna waste bank. Finally, garbage transportation on the first day went smoothly and managed to transport one pick-up truck that has been sorted.


 


 

Published
Nov 24, 2017
How to Cite
HANIFAH, Umi. Optimalisasi Pengelolaan Bank Sampah untuk Mengurangi Volume Sampah Non Organik Sekaligus Menghasilkan Nilai Ekonomis bagi Masyarakat Kelurahan Krajan Kabupaten Madiun. ENGAGEMENT, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, p. 198-209, nov. 2017. ISSN 2579-8375. Available at: <http://engagement.kopertais4.or.id/index.php/engagement/article/view/34>. Date accessed: 18 july 2019.
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