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Waste Management in Pekanbaru City, Riau Province, Indonesia Using Normative System Modeling

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Abstract

Waste is a waste product that is produced from various kinds of human activities which if not managed properly will result in pollution of the physical, biological and ecological environment. In an effort to realize a clean city management system, then developed a normative model of the municipal waste management system, trying to incorporate all significant factors that could affect the management system and management system itself. Based on this normative model approach, so from the standpoint of the modeling concept analysis management system, has been explored several sub-steps can be effective in the treatment of municipal waste in Pekanbaru city, Riau province, Indonesia, namely (1) Waste Lug, (2) Waste Collection, (3) Waste Transfer, (4) Waste Transportation and (5) Final Disposal. Through these steps, the hope of making the clean and beautiful city of Pekanbaru can be realized optimally, of course with the support of the Pekanbaru city government, as well as the participation of the local community independently in an effort to achieve a clean and sustainable city.

DOI 10.11648/j.ss.20190801.12
Published in Social Sciences (Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2019)
Page(s) 6-11
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Keywords

Sustainability, Naturally, Modeling of Management Systems, Urban Planning, Cognitive Models, Pekanbaru City Waste

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  • Department of Environmental Science, University of Riau, Campus Unri Gobah, Pekanbaru, Indonesia

  • Department of Environmental Science, University of Riau, Campus Unri Gobah, Pekanbaru, Indonesia

  • Department of Environmental Science, University of Riau, Campus Unri Gobah, Pekanbaru, Indonesia

  • Department of Environmental Science, University of Riau, Campus Unri Gobah, Pekanbaru, Indonesia

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