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  • Garbage mixed damage and reduce the value of the material that may still be used again.
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    • 1. waste sorting
    • 2. “A photo taken at fine art faculty, Institut Teknologi
    • 3. A photo taken at fine art faculty, Institut Teknologi Bandung “no awareness to dispose of waste in place”
    • 4. “384 cities that cause waste of 80.235,87 tonnes per day” * Environmental facts Based on BPS data in 2000
    • 5. Where the waste goes?
    • 6. 4,2% Transported and disposed of to landfill 37,6% Burnt 4,9% Discharged into the river 53,3% Unhandled
    • 7. Waste comes from the individual, then there should be handling from the beginning, by yourself and family, not when garbage piled up in the landfill.
    • 8. Waste that must be disposed separated, so that each part can be composted or recycled optimally.
    • 9. Government Regulation Number 81 of 2012 Article 17, paragraph 2 hazardous materials and toxic materials organic waste waste that can be recycled waste that can be reused other waste
    • 10. hazardous materials and toxic materials
    • 11. Battery
    • 12. Medicine
    • 13. Chemical liquid
    • 14. organic waste
    • 15. Vegetables
    • 16. Fruits
    • 17. leafs
    • 18. waste that can be reused
    • 19. Plastic bottle
    • 20. Box
    • 21. Plastic Bag
    • 22. waste that can be recycled
    • 23. Vasses from Bottle Neck
    • 24. Bag from Plastic wrap
    • 25. Savings box from Plastic bottle
    • 26. What should we do?
    • 27. dispose of waste in the right place (waste sorting)
    • 28. Bring the water bottle
    • 29. Use a canvas bag
    • 30. For
    • 31. a
    • 32. better
    • 33. future

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