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Penerapan Inverse Manufacturing dalam Penanganan Produk Lampu Hemat Energi

Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri
Publisher : Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri

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Lighting is one of the human basic needs that must be fullfiled. Compact fluorescent lamps is the most used lamp as source of lighting. However, they contain mercury, which is classified as heavy metals, that can potentially harm the environment. Even as mercury container, many people didnt know that. Many people dont know the method to handle the broken or used compact fluorescent lamp. They just dispose the broken compact fluorescent lamp to trash without considering the effect of mercury contained.Inverse Manufacturing concept is about designing product life cycle that aims to repair and reuse product components so that the negative impact can be reduced and minimized. In this research, the concept of Inverse Manufacturing is applied on handling the compact fluorescent lamp product in Bandung, West Java. The study is begun with designing the Inverse Manufacturing concept’s model by adding the step of collecting back (two scenarios), sorting, repairing, remanufacturing, and recycling into the life cycle of compact fluorescent lamp. The results of recycling rates of 15 Watt compact fluorescent lamp  (about 234 grams) starts from the lowest value,  and the maximum value are 27,51 % (64,366 grams),  and 27,61 % (64,609 grams). By applying this concept, the result are the reduction on the amount of compact fluorescent lamp waste dumped into the environment and the achievement of  the conservation of natural resources through the reuse of used components.

Penerapan Inverse Manufacturing dalam Penanganan Produk Lampu Hemat Energi

Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri
Publisher : Universitas Katolik Parahyangan

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Lighting is one of the human basic needs that must be fullfiled. Compact fluorescent lamps is the most used lamp as source of lighting. However, they contain mercury, which is classified as heavy metals, that can potentially harm the environment. Even as mercury container, many people didnt know that. Many people dont know the method to handle the broken or used compact fluorescent lamp. They just dispose the broken compact fluorescent lamp to trash without considering the effect of mercury contained.Inverse Manufacturing concept is about designing product life cycle that aims to repair and reuse product components so that the negative impact can be reduced and minimized. In this research, the concept of Inverse Manufacturing is applied on handling the compact fluorescent lamp product in Bandung, West Java. The study is begun with designing the Inverse Manufacturing concept’s model by adding the step of collecting back (two scenarios), sorting, repairing, remanufacturing, and recycling into the life cycle of compact fluorescent lamp. The results of recycling rates of 15 Watt compact fluorescent lamp  (about 234 grams) starts from the lowest value,  and the maximum value are 27,51 % (64,366 grams),  and 27,61 % (64,609 grams). By applying this concept, the result are the reduction on the amount of compact fluorescent lamp waste dumped into the environment and the achievement of  the conservation of natural resources through the reuse of used components.

The Identity of Society in Typical Batik Motif “Seluang Mudik” from Sarolangun-Jambi

Catharsis Vol 7 No 3 (2018): October 2018
Publisher : Catharsis

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The patterns of batik are strongly influenced by geographical location of the area of manufacture, the state of environment surrounding, and the flora and fauna. Sarolangun area which travesed by Batang Tembesi river makes people familiar with their natural environment. Seluang fish is small fish that Sarolangun endemic which are often waited its existence by the fishermen because of their habit swimming on the river surface in groups. The purpose of the research is to analyze batik patterns Seluang Mudik in Sarolangun regency, Jambi province. The method used in this research was qualitative with observation, interview, and document study as the technique of data collecting. The data validity used the technique of information triangulation from various sources, methods, and theories. The data analysis was done by data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion or verification. The results show that batik  motif Seluang Mudik that has various decoration Seluang fish that together swim to a destination to ease the burden against the flow when they immigrate to upstream. It closely relates to the identity of Sarolangun-Jambi society means the knitted togetherness. This togetherness can be found at the events held in society that always be together. One of them is in Lumbo Biduk event, hand in hand in Baralek event, and so on. Implications given by this research is that it can be beneficial for development of batik, for the society surrounding toward environment, for young generations to recognize culture in Sarolangun and for government to support regional potential.

Penerapan Inverse Manufacturing dalam Penanganan Produk Lampu Hemat Energi

Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri
Publisher : Universitas Katolik Parahyangan

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (776.883 KB)

Abstract

Lighting is one of the human basic needs that must be fullfiled. Compact fluorescent lamps is the most used lamp as source of lighting. However, they contain mercury, which is classified as heavy metals, that can potentially harm the environment. Even as mercury container, many people didn't know that. Many people don't know the method to handle the broken or used compact fluorescent lamp. They just dispose the broken compact fluorescent lamp to trash without considering the effect of mercury contained.Inverse Manufacturing concept is about designing product life cycle that aims to repair and reuse product components so that the negative impact can be reduced and minimized. In this research, the concept of Inverse Manufacturing is applied on handling the compact fluorescent lamp product in Bandung, West Java. The study is begun with designing the Inverse Manufacturing concept’s model by adding the step of collecting back (two scenarios), sorting, repairing, remanufacturing, and recycling into the life cycle of compact fluorescent lamp. The results of recycling rates of 15 Watt compact fluorescent lamp  (about 234 grams) starts from the lowest value,  and the maximum value are 27,51 % (64,366 grams),  and 27,61 % (64,609 grams). By applying this concept, the result are the reduction on the amount of compact fluorescent lamp waste dumped into the environment and the achievement of  the conservation of natural resources through the reuse of used components.