Activity 1

Plenary Conference

5 March 2018 - AM

Bandung City

The Papandayan Hotel, Bandung City, West Java, Indonesia

The conference opening sets the framework for the discussions for the next few days. The plenary discussions will give an overview of zero waste as a resource management strategy and discuss circular economy as a new and sustainable direction of urban development.

Time Activity Resource Speaker/s
0730H

Registration

 
0830H

Opening

  • Opening by MC
  • National anthem
  • Prayer
 
0855H

Welcome Remarks

M. Solihin
(Plt. Walikota Bandung)

0910H

Speech from Ministry

Ujang Solihin Sidik
(Direktur Jendral Pengelolaan Sampah dan Limbah B3, KLHK)

0920H

Conference Overview

(To give history of the ZW Cities meeting, context of the problem,  insert plastic here  and overview of the next 3 days)

Speaker:

Ria Ismaria
National Steering Committee Chairman
International Zero Waste Cities Conference 2018

0930H

Keynote Speech

Breaking A ‘Linear’ City: Adopting Zero Waste Towards a Circular Economy and Benefits of zero waste and circular economy

Cities are burdened with problems brought about by a ‘wasteful’ and unsustainable linear economy. In developing countries, some governments spend as much as half of their annual budget for solid waste management.

Speaker:

Flore Berlingen
Zero Waste Europe

Translator:
David Sutasurya

1000H

Break

 
1020H

Zero Waste Cities in Action

Cities around the world have shown that Zero Waste is happening now. Zero Waste has created opportunities for cities to solve waste woes, save taxpayers’ money and create green jobs

Speakers:

  1. Jack Macy
    San Francisco Environment, (City of San Francisco, California, USA)
  2. Dr. K. Vasuki
    (Thiruvananthapuram City)
  3. Benedict Jasper Lagman
    City of San Fernando (Philippines)

Host:
Dida Gardera

Translator:
Margaretha Quina, Mochamad Adi Septiono Dwi Sawung

1150H

The Role Corporations Play
For cities that are doing Zero Waste, even if they do successful collection and separation, they still have problematic product. Companies that produce the problematic product can choose to be part of the problem or become part of the solution

Brand Audit Results
Plastics are Problematic. Communities are burdened with plastic waste that cannot be composted or recycled. In several waste and brand audits in Indonesia and the Philippines, we found out which companies are promote this throwaway disposable lifestyle. See who made it on the top of the list.

Speaker:

  1. Froilan Grate
    GAIA
  2. Aqua Danone

Host :
M. Satori

Translator:
Fictor Ferdinand

1235H

End of Morning Session

Prayer Break

Lunch