To commit to developing a social business model that focuses on circular economics for packaging and other waste products to reduce major threats to the planet's ecosystems, especially the oceans. This innovation also encourages continuous positive contribution to make changes and invite all parties to play an active role for the future of a healthier environment.
Donni Dwi Putranugraha Haroen Al Rasjid
IPMI International Business School
Amelia Naim Indrajaya
Waste received by Satu Hati Trash Bank has a very large variety, including plastic cups, plastic bottles, sachet packaging, paper, used buckets, copper, and aluminum. Each type of waste is also valued differently. For example, a glass of bottled water, can be valued at Rp. 7,700 per kilogram ($0.56 USD per kilogram) in clean conditions but that price is cut in half if it's dirty
Satu Hati Trash Bank wanted to become a business center that can help increase the economic value of the community. Specifically, Edy Mulyanto was inspired by believing that the existence of a Trash Bank would be very important to reduce the volume of waste dumped in Bantar Gebang's latest landfill, Bekasi. He then inspired the community through sorting the inorganic waste that is still economically valuable for resale to the Trash Bank, which has allowed the company to be able to contribute to environment cleanliness.
Edy Mulyanto S.Sos,M.Si, Mr.
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West Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, ID
Business Website: barat.lingkunganhidup.jakarta.go.id
Year Founded: 2017
Number of Employees: 11 to 50
This business provides solutions to the trash bank in order to get a higher and competitive price, so that they can attract more customers who join in the trash bank activities. They also want to become an education center in waste management.