Enri Damanhuri

Institut Teknologi Bandung Indonesia

Dr. Enri Damanhuri is a Professor at the Department of Environmental Engineering (DEE), Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB). He has been working at ITB as lecturer and researcher since 1976. He was graduated from Department of Sanitary Engineering ITB in 1975. He obtained his degree of Docteur Ingenieur from University of Paris VII (France) in 1987 in Chemistry of Environmental Pollution. His doctoral thesis was the role of leachate recirculation on the kinetic of refuse degradation at a landfill. Dr. Enri Damanhuri lectures undergraduate and graduate program at the DEE ITB for several courses such as solid and hazardous waste management, solid waste treatment and disposal, waste recovery and recycling. Dr. Damanhuri’s research is focused on alleviating the problems associated with solid and hazardous waste management. He conducted many research projects and published scientific papers related to Indonesian condition of solid and hazardous waste technology and management. In addition to his routine duties as faculty member, Dr. Damanhuri provides consultancy for various type of engineering design and management of solid and hazardous waste aspects throughout the country. He has been participating in preparing various regulation concepts related to solid and hazardous waste management and technology for Indonesia. His extensive experiences in research and consultancy concurrently provide him with a better fusion between academic approach and practical approach in perceiving solid and hazardous waste problem in Indonesia.

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This book deals with several aspects of waste material recycling. It is divided into three sections. The first section explains the roles of stakeholders, both informal and formal sectors, in post-consumer waste activities. It also discusses waste collection programs for recycling. The second section discusses the analysis tools for recycling system. The third section focuses on the recycling process and optimal production. I hope that this book will convey both the need and means for recycling and resource conservation activities to a wide readership, at both academician and professional level, and contribute to the creation of a sound material-cycle society.

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