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JOCET 2015 Vol.3(6): 463-469 ISSN: 1793-821X
DOI: 10.7763/JOCET.2015.V3.242

Socio-Environmental Aspects on Solid Waste, Air Pollution, Water and Forest Conservation Surrounding Geothermal Area: A Success Story

Dewi Permatasari, Eko Yuniarto, Wahyu Somantri, and Dedi Supriadi
Abstract—This paper aims to introduce a company successfulness on environmental management of geothermal industry by enhancing community around geothermal power operation area. Toward improvement of environmental compliance effort, corporate management committed to support the Strategic Programs for environmental and social aspect. Methods on this paper underlined the innovation to integrate environmental behaviorism within social life. It has done by bring together the community, government, and company to persuade public participation on strategic programs that have been successfully held. The voluntary program was “Education of Energy Saving and Climate Change for 50 Students”, which is strongly connected to energy efficiency and air pollution aspect. It was then followed by the other socio-environmental aspects about the introduction of municipal solid and hazardous waste for “Pelag Local Community”. On biodiversity conservation, 25,000 endemic crops were planted in Kamojang Forest, and then Collaborative Action to Conserve the Cikaro Stream was completing the program that involves public participation on water conservation. This entire distinguished program held in 2014 with emphasized purpose is to preserve and protect the environment through community development. To sum up, successful programs shows that collaboration among stakeholder can improve the social values in order to conserve the environment. It is also periodically reported to the Ministry of Environment under Environmental Compliance Assessment, PROPER.

Index Terms—Socio-environment, strategic programs, geothermal area, PROPER.

Dewi Permatasari was with Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung, 40132 Indonesia. She is now with PT. Indonesia Power – GBU Kamojang, West Java Province, 44101 Indonesia (e-mail: dewi16permatasari@gmail.com).
Eko Yuniarto, Wahyu Somantri, and Dedi Supriadi are with PT. Indonesia Power – GBU Kamojang, West Java Province, 44101 Indonesia (e-mail: eko.yuniarto@indonesiapower.co.id, wahyu.somantri@indonesiapower.co.id, supriadi@indonesiapower.co.id).

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Cite:Dewi Permatasari, Eko Yuniarto, Wahyu Somantri, and Dedi Supriadi, "Socio-Environmental Aspects on Solid Waste, Air Pollution, Water and Forest Conservation Surrounding Geothermal Area: A Success Story," Journal of Clean Energy Technologies vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 463-469, 2015.

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