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KELAYAKAN USAHA PEMBUATAN BATAKO, PAVING BLOCK DAN BATA MERAH BERBAHAN BAKU LIMBAH HASIL PEMBAKARAN BATUBARA SUSENO, TRISWAN; JAFRIL, JAFRIL; SURYANA, NANA
Jurnal Teknologi Mineral dan Batubara Vol 7, No 2 (2011): Jurnal Teknologi Mineral dan Batubara Edisi April 2011
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (168.09 KB) | DOI: 10.30556/jtmb.Vol7.No2.2011.830

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Jumlah industri kecil dan menengah yang menggunakan batubara di Indonesia pada tahun 2010 ± 508 perusahaan, jumlah batubara yang telah digunakan sebanyak 10,15 juta ton. Jumlah limbah hasil pembakaran batubara diperkirakan mencapai 686.061 ton, 54,86% di antaranya belum dimanfaatkan. Limbah hasil pembakaran batubara dapat dijadikan bahan baku/penolong untuk pembuatan batako, paving block dan bata merah. Berdasarkan hasil perhitungan finansial, ternyata usaha pembuatan ketiga jenis produk tersebut dapat memperoleh keuntungan bersih sekarang (NPV) masing- masing sebesar Rp 55.316.000, Rp 79.376.000 dan Rp 28.129.000 adalah lebih besar dari 0 (positif). Sedangkan tingkat pengembalian (IRR) dari investasi yang ditanamkan pada usaha ini masing-masing sebesar 15%, 23% dan 23% yang lebih besar dari nilai diskonto yang digunakan yakni sebesar 12%. Jangka waktu pengembalian (PP) dari jumlah investasi yang ditanamkan untuk masing-masing usaha tersebut adalah 6 tahun 9 bulan, 6 tahun 8 bulan dan 6 tahun 9 bulan adalah lebih pendek dari umur proyek yaitu 10 tahun. Dengan demikian dapat disimpulkan bahwa berdasarkan ketiga kriteria investasi (NPV, IRR dan PP) usaha ini layak dijalankan.
MARKET STUDY OF COMPOUND FERTILIZER-BASED MINERAL AT TEA PLANTATION IN BANDUNG REGENCY Saleh, Ridwan; Pranoto, Eko; Jafril, Jafril
Indonesian Mining Journal Vol 18, No 3 (2015): INDONESIAN MINING JOURNAL Vol. 18 No. 3 October 2015
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The study of this research is to identify the market possibility of compound mineral fertilizer in Bandung Regency. The methodology used is survey method by using analysis model of market measurements. From the analysis and discussion, it can be identified the estimate of substantial potential of fertilizer market on tea plantation in Bandung Regency of IDR 111,070,309,152 with minimum market is IDR 74,742,993,050 or 67.29% from the total potential of fertilizer market as market penetration index. Meanwhile, the remains of 32.71% is market sen- sitivity area towards fertilizer demand. The estimate of the fertilizer demand is IDR 50,391,725,914 or 67.42% to a minimum market or 45.37% to potential market, and the remains of 54.63% is the market development opportunities in the future. Meanwhile its fertilizer competitor’s are Urea, SP 36, KCL, Kieserite, NPK (sodium, phosphate and potassium), MOP (muriate of potash) and ZK (zheng and potassium). Based on the questionnaire results to 97 respondents about the characteristics and perceptions of fertilizer consumers, it is formulated mix marketing of product aspects such as the physical form of mineral fertilizers is granulees. There are 2 types of packaging, 25 kgs and 50 kgs, and its long shelf life is between 3-6 months. The selling price of end consumers is under IDR 5,000 with payment system can be used in credit. Meanwhile, promotion is carried out directly at the experimental garden, by conducting distribution through two channels, namely cooperatives and agents/ distributors. According to overall analysis results, it can be concluded that by reviewing market and competition aspects, research and development of manufacture technology of compound fertilizer-based mineral is reason- able to be continued to the next stage in the commercialization process of technology.
MARKET STUDY OF COMPOUND FERTILIZER-BASED MINERAL AT TEA PLANTATION IN BANDUNG REGENCY Saleh, Ridwan; Pranoto, Eko; Jafril, Jafril
Indonesian Mining Journal Vol 18, No 3 (2015): INDONESIAN MINING JOURNAL Vol. 18 No. 3 October 2015
Publisher : Puslitbang tekMIRA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (393.066 KB) | DOI: 10.30556/imj.Vol18.No3.2015.263

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The study of this research is to identify the market possibility of compound mineral fertilizer in Bandung Regency. The methodology used is survey method by using analysis model of market measurements. From the analysis and discussion, it can be identified the estimate of substantial potential of fertilizer market on tea plantation in Bandung Regency of IDR 111,070,309,152 with minimum market is IDR 74,742,993,050 or 67.29% from the total potential of fertilizer market as market penetration index. Meanwhile, the remains of 32.71% is market sen- sitivity area towards fertilizer demand. The estimate of the fertilizer demand is IDR 50,391,725,914 or 67.42% to a minimum market or 45.37% to potential market, and the remains of 54.63% is the market development opportunities in the future. Meanwhile its fertilizer competitor’s are Urea, SP 36, KCL, Kieserite, NPK (sodium, phosphate and potassium), MOP (muriate of potash) and ZK (zheng and potassium). Based on the questionnaire results to 97 respondents about the characteristics and perceptions of fertilizer consumers, it is formulated mix marketing of product aspects such as the physical form of mineral fertilizers is granulees. There are 2 types of packaging, 25 kgs and 50 kgs, and its long shelf life is between 3-6 months. The selling price of end consumers is under IDR 5,000 with payment system can be used in credit. Meanwhile, promotion is carried out directly at the experimental garden, by conducting distribution through two channels, namely cooperatives and agents/ distributors. According to overall analysis results, it can be concluded that by reviewing market and competition aspects, research and development of manufacture technology of compound fertilizer-based mineral is reason- able to be continued to the next stage in the commercialization process of technology.