Indonesia is a significant contributor to the global plastic waste crisis, producing over 5.6 million tons of plastic waste every year. To put this staggering amount into perspective, it is equivalent to approximately 40,000 blue whales, the largest creatures on Earth. The capital city of Jakarta alone generates around 7,000 tons of waste on a daily basis, primarily originating from domestic sources. Furthermore, it is disheartening to note that Indonesia has earned the unfortunate distinction of being the second-largest food waster worldwide. Regrettably, less than 10% of the country's waste undergoes proper recycling and is repurposed, exacerbating the environmental impact of this issue.
With Sebumi Weekend Workshop “Waste” series, you will learn the process of converting all types of waste into high value materials with Carbon Tech Sircular System and and immediately get down to doing handicrafts from the results.
Embark on an enlightening journey as we delve into the intricacies of waste management. This engaging activity commences with a comprehensive exploration of waste, encompassing insightful facts and data about the waste we generate, along with an examination of its current and future impact. Discover the intricate pathways of our waste flow, as we shed light on its origins and destinations, unveiling the fascinating processes that govern its fate.
Learn a way to upcycle plastic waste into mini wallet. You can also discover how to make another versatile products and potential business from waste to ignite your entrepreneurship skills.
Activity 3: Witnessing the Magical "Magic Box"
Introducing a cutting-edge technological solution that efficiently transforms waste into valuable resources, including activated carbon and circular materials such as biodesis liquid smoke, biofertilizer, and biocatalyst. This revolutionary system is capable of