This presentation explains the vision of Tetra Pak Indonesia in a Circular Economy, which are renewable materials, sustainable sourcing, increase ...
This presentation explains the vision of Tetra Pak Indonesia in a Circular Economy, which are renewable materials, sustainable sourcing, increase recycling, and doing more with less. One of their stretegies are to support policy makers and businesses partners in collaboration to maximize the potential of the Circular Economy.
CIRCO powers the development of the Circular Economy, driven by Design and drives innovation for green product. Partner companies work together with designers on developing circular products, services, and business models. They do so by sharing knowledge, experience, and inspiration with their network.
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) Indonesia is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit, global membership organization. The FSC is Founded by social and environmental activists and organizations to ensure the responsible management of the world’s forests, FSC sets the standards for what a responsibly managed forest is, both environmentally, socially, and economically.
This report published by Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia explains the company’s sustainability commitment to the environment. The Coca-Cola Company set a 2020 Company goal in packaging to reach a 75% recovery rate of bottles and cans in developed markets. They are also is dedicated to reducing the carbon footprint by reducing and light-weighting the packaging for producing their beverages.
Unilever elaborated their continuous effort in reducing their environmental footprints. They aimed to ensure that all of their plastic packaging to be fully reuseable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025.In achieving their goal, Unilever emphasizes to work in partnership with all stakeholders to support the development and scaling up of collection to achieve zero waste to nature.
The formation of the circular economy working group are driven by these following factors, which are the need for a road map of producers responsibility, the emerging plastic waste and marine debris, emerging initiatives of packaging waste management by producers and retailers, the demand for recycling industry development, and the growing economic sense of packaging waste management.
Packaging has an important role to play by protecting the nutritional benefits and quality product. Packaging also present some challenges as it uses valuable resources in its conception and generates waste when not recycled. Danone Indonesia aims to build a circular economy for packaging from sourcing to second life with 5 goals, which are using sustainable resources, optimize weight, eliminate/replace non-recyclable materials and optimize recycling rate, zero plastics to landfill for the industrial waste, educate and engage consumers for sorting and recycling, and create a second life for plastics.
The key to circular economy is optimizing the technological challenge components in the country’s national production function as the way. The government of Indonesia acknowledges the social, economic, and environmental opportunities of implementing circular economy. The need to sychronize the vision and mission of stakeholders is also important in ensuring circular economy being implemented.
In implementing circular economy in waste management, there is a need to for a strong political will and participation of all stakeholders in waste management. Furthermore, there should be an incentive and disincentive mechanism in implemeting circular economy and material recovery, capacity building in waste management, and improving the technical guidance of circular economy and material recovery.