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Circular Economy and Waste Utilization Regulation

Circular Economy is the concept of utilizing resources as much as possible to minimize resources that are not utilized or become waste. The circular Economy supports the SDG's program’s goal 6 on clean water and proper sanitation, Goal 8 on economic growth, Goal 11 on sustainable cities, Goal 12 on sustainable consumption and production, Goal 13 on climate change, and Goal 14 on marine ecosystems and Goal 15 on terrestrial ecosystems. The main sectors for implementing a circular economy include the food and beverage industry, construction, electronics, textiles, and plastics. The utilization of waste is being intensively carried out to realize the concept of a circular economy for the welfare of society, which is more sustainable.

It is also stated in the laws and regulations:

- Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 97 of 2017 concerning National Policies and Strategies Management of Household Waste and Similar Household Waste

- Government Regulation (PP) No. 22 of 2021 Attachment XIV FABA produced from Steam Power Plant (PLTU) as registered non-b3 waste

- Government Regulation Number 22 of 2021 concerning the Implementation of Environmental Protection and Management

- Ministerial Regulation No. 6 of 2021 concerning Procedures and Requirements for Management of Toxic Hazardous Waste

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