Waste Incineration


Lombok’s waste generation: Lombok is facing a huge environmental challenge with regard to waste handling. Each year, an estimated 900,000 tons of waste is generated by industry and households (0.7 kg waste/person/day). Of this, roughly 200,000 tons is collected and transported to one of the four landfills in Lombok. The other 700,000 tons ends up in the ocean, on beaches, in forests or are burned locally in the villages. The generated amount of waste is expected to grow with the population to 1,000,000 tons annually by 2030.

Waste ends up in the ocean: In November 2018, a dead sperm whale washed ashore in the National Park of Wakatobi close to South East Sulawesi. Researchers from WWF and the park’s conservation academy found approximately 6 kg of plastic waste in the animal’s stomach containing 115 plastic cups, four plastic bottles, 25 plastic bags, two flip-flops, a nylon sack and more than 1,000 other assorted pieces of plastic. Similarly, a group of scientists collected and analysed fish from the markets and local fishermen in South Sulawesi over four months in 2014. They found that 28% of all fish contained plastic debris.

Tourist industry: The uncollected waste is also a challenge for the tourist sector. The tourist sector contributes to the generation of waste, but is also highly impacted by it – for example waste floating up on the beaches at the hotels. The tourist sector is after the agriculture sector one of the most important sectors in Lombok by GDP. 

Nama Proyek : Waste Incineration
Perkiraan Nilai Investasi :,00
Skema Bisnis : Revenue Sharing
Studi Kelayakan :
Lama Konsesi :
Pendapatan :
IRR : 15 %
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Lokasi : Kabupaten Lombok Barat
Luas Area : 4ha
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Lampiran : Maks. 5 file (Maks. 100Mb)
Penilaian Sasambo : Brown Book
Status : Terbuka
Profil Pemilik Proyek
The Energy and Mineral Resources Office of West Nusa Tenggara Province was formed in 2016 based on NTB Provincial Regulation Number 11 of 2016 concerning the Establishment and Structure of Regional Apparatus of NTB Province. The Department of Energy and Mineral Resources of NTB Province when viewed from the history of its formation has gone through a long history. The forerunner of its formation began with the establishment of the NTB Mining and Energy Development Project Section in the 1980s, which was part of the work area of the Regional Office of the Department of Mining and Energy of South Sulawesi Province in Ujung Pandan.

Nama : Niken Arumdati
Pekerjaan : Sekretaris ESDM Provinsi NTB
Nomor Telepon : 08113939488
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