Utilizing Organic Waste, Brantas Abipraya Creates a Clean Environment
Jakarta, 29 January 2023 - PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) shows real evidence of creating a clean environment by utilizing waste, namely waste generated in projects. One of the programs carried out by the Borobudur Art Village Arrangement Project in Kujon Hamlet, Magelang is processing project waste into benefits for the environment by making compost.
"Every project inevitably produces waste, be it organic waste, inorganic waste, or other residual material waste. "If the waste is not processed properly it can pollute the project area, so Brantas Abipraya carries out good and correct waste processing so that it can be beneficial for the environment," Sugeng Rochadi, Main Director of Brantas Abipraya.
He also said that rubbish is solid waste, consisting of organic and inorganic materials which are no longer considered useful and must be managed properly so as not to disturb or endanger the environment. Included in the Environmental Development Pillar of the Social Responsibility (TJSL) program, organic waste in the form of dry leaves that were previously useless can be converted into compost for greening and fertilizing plants in the project area.
Located in the Borobudur Temple Area, Magelang Regency, the arrangement of the Borobudur Art Village will use an area of 10.7 hectares. The development, which is a national strategic project (PSN) to support the super priority tourism destination (DPSP) Borobudur Temple, is planned for completion in 2024.
As additional information, Brantas Abipraya is currently completing the construction of the Borobudur Art Village Arrangement Project in Kujon Hamlet, Magelang Regency, Central Java. Starting work in November 2023, Brantas Abipraya's scope of work includes arranging the Borobudur Art Village in Kujon Hamlet, arranging the interior and furniture of merchant kiosks, the Borobudur Museum, arranging Zone 2 (vendors and parking area), and later this will become a green open area.
"Organization of traders is a priority in the arrangement of this Art Village, so that later traders can provide more comfort for trading. "Apart from that, the Kujon Art Village will be equipped with facilities such as an amphitheater, museum, art market, culinary area, parking area and shuttle facilities," added Purnomo, Director of Operations I Brantas Abpraya.
Sugeng Rochadi believes that the Kujon Art Village will add to the attractiveness of the Borobudur Temple tourist attraction. He added that this arrangement project is part of Brantas Abipraya's enthusiasm to provide a positive social impact to the people of Borobudur village. Brantas Abipraya's support in improving the Borobudur DPSP doesn't stop there, this BUMN Construction is also building flood control facilities for the Bogowonto River and its tributaries. Previously, Brantas Abipraya had completed the arrangement of the Borobudur National Tourism Strategic Area (KSPN).
"We are optimistic that we will complete this construction with the right quality, right cost and on time. "Hopefully all the structuring work at Borobudur Temple can create a super priority destination in Central Java, and is expected to be able to increase local economic growth," concluded Sugeng Rochadi.