Suara.com – The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government (Pemprov) has yet to inaugurate a waste processing facility Landfill Mining and Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) at the Bantargebang TPST. In fact, initially the commercial operational target for the facility to convert waste into raw materials to replace coal was targeted for January 2023.
Deputy Head of DKI Jakarta Environment Agency (DLH) Sarjoko said, the target for the inauguration of the RDF Plant is postponed until July 2023.
“This year (RDF inauguration), if I received information yesterday that it is expected to be July, we will wait,” said Sarjoko at the DKI Jakarta DPRD building, Tuesday (23/5/2023).
The inauguration, said Sarjoko, was delayed because his party was still testing the processed waste products. There needs to be adjustments so that the raw materials produced are up to standard.
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“Of course there are adjustments, to optimize according to the standards requested by the obtaker,” he said.
Furthermore, as a whole, he confirmed that the RDF Plant is actually ready to operate commercially. However, his party is still arranging the scheduling in the form of discussing the processed results until it finally reaches the inauguration.
“In principle, I have received information that field testing has optimally lost for the schedule, only curation time is left,” he said.
The construction of the Landfill Mining and RDF Plant waste processing facilities was carried out using the engineering construction method and carried out for 317 calendar days, starting from 17 February 2022 to 30 December 2022, and is targeted to be ready to operate from January 2023.
The construction of this facility is carried out on an area of 74,914 square meters in the Bantargebang TPST area. The current work progress has reached 82 percent and is targeted for completion by the end of December 2022.
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The waste processing capacity at this facility is 1,000 tons per day of old waste and 1,000 tons per day of new waste, and can produce 700 to 750 tons of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) per day.
Source: Suara.com – Informasi Berita Terkini dan Terbaru Hari Ini by www.suara.com.
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