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  1. Cleaner Production Strategy in Indonesia Rismawarni Marshal Executive Director of ICPC Manila 9 – 12 September 2009

  2. Indonesian Profile • Developing country with 4-5 % Growth Factor per year • Industrial sector as 2nd largest Contributor to GDP

  3. Indonesian Problem • Environmental Issue large-scale deforestation over-exploitation of marine resources flood Solid waste Water Pollution Air pollution etc

  4. Environmental Issues • Industrial Pollution 51,2 million unit SME are potential to generate waste into the environment • Domestic Waste Jakarta Produced more than 7000 ton solid waste per day.

  5. Key Problem • Lack of environmental awareness among stakeholders • Overlap Function of some government institution

  6. CP as one of alternative Solution Background • Have been introduced in Indonesia since 1993 • Win-win solution • Increase resource efficiency

  7. Sustainable Development Synergy in Indonesian Environmental Management Tools Standard Proactive compliance “Beyond Compliance” Eco label, LCA Certification Accreditation PROPER Benchmarking Comply to regulation systematically and efficient EMS Technology Monitoring Cleaner Production Training Information Regulation, Permit, Assistance, Law enforcement Incentive Funding

  8. CP Barrier in Indonesia • CP was introduced as a voluntary tools that inhibit the CP Promotion in Indonesia • Lack of CP Service Providers in Indonesia

  9. ICPC • Organizational Background Formed in 12 May 2004 To promote, facilitate and catalyze cleaner production implementation in Indonesia through service providers. Services: Awareness Raising Knowledge Management Training of Trainers Networking Technical Assistance Demonstration Project

  10. ICPC Strategies to Promote CP • Establishing good networking to promote CP and creating demandfrom industries • Developing and standardize CP module and guideline for industries • Empowering and developing CP Service Providers as an agent to disseminate CP tools especially for industrial sector

  11. Networking as ICPC main strategy Internal Ministry of Environment: • Regional level Environmental Management Centre Local Government: • Province level Environmental Management Institution • Cities or Regencies level Environmental Management Institution External: • Department of Industry • Private Service Providers / consultant • University • Research Centre

  12. ICPC Networking Regional centre Research centre City Env Mgt Institution University

  13. Other Service Providers ……….. Industrial Association Consultant Donor Institution Manufacture Sector Indonesian Cleaner Production Centre Industries / SME Training Centre Agriculture sector Ministry of Environment Research centre Industrial estate Tourism Sector Environmental study centre Support Service user Related institution Donor institution Feed back

  14. Example of CP module that have been developed Module of technology and CP implementation in industrial sector: textile, electroplating, pulp and paper, palm oil, and rubber. Module of CP implementation model in cities and hotel Success story of CP implementation and Environmental Management System, CP Implementation in batik and tofu SMEs etc

  15. Training of Trainers for SP Development • Good Housekeeping • Chemical Management • Environmental oriented Cost Management • Environmental Management Accounting • Energy Efficiency • Profit Oriented Environmental Management (MeLOK) • Etc

  16. Profit oriented Environmental Management (MeLOK) Developed by ICPC in 2007 Change industrial point of view Reduce cost through efficiency Systematic implementation for sustainable CP implementation

  17. MeLOK Achievement Financial Benefit Total saving from 3 industries : Rp. 706.250.700,- /per year Environmental improvement Reduction in chemical usage and waste generation Reduction of electricity consumption to 9131.2 MWH per year CO2 emission reduction at 6626.3 ton per year. Reduction in water intake and waste water generation.

  18. ICPC short term strategy • Organizing TOT for expert from Industrial department • Organizing national conference on cleaner production in Indonesia • Finding potential donors to help ICPC disseminate CP through pilot / replication project.

  19. Indonesian Cleaner Production Centre Kantor Puarpedal, Gedung 210 Komplek PUSPIPTEK Jln. Raya Puspiptek, Serpong-Banten Telp./Fax (021) 7564080, 756 4088 Website : www.ppbn.or.id Email : info@ppbn.or.id