Cool, Students of SMKN 15 Bandung Now Engage in Kang Pisman
The efforts of the Bandung City Government (Pemkot) to deal with waste through the Reduce, Separate and Use (Kang Pisman) program are increasingly taking root.
One of the proofs is that Kang Pisman has become the concern of a number of students in the city of Bandung. They are students of SMKN 154 Bandung, Aryasatya Imtiaz Sandy, Muhammad Azhar Hafiz, and Reza Arya Pratama.
The three of them studied the Kang Pisman program by going directly to the Cibunut area, Kebon Pisang Village, Sumur Bandung District. For 3 months, the three studied Kang Pisman.
As a result, they understand that waste can become something valuable.
"Here I just found out, waste can be biopori, fertilizer as well as other useful materials," said Aryasatya to Public Relations of the City of Bandung.
While in Cibunut, the three of them received guidance and training on waste management. Starting from how to choose, sort, and use it.
"We also learn to make Local Micro Organisms (Mol)," he said.
He hoped that being in Cibunut would be of benefit to his education. In addition, it will also be implemented in the environment.
"After completing this study, I hope to be able to apply Kang Pisman at school as well as at home, hopefully it will be useful," he said.
In the same place, Head of RW 07 Cibunut, Herman explained, Kang Pisman in his area has been running for 8 years.
"For the past 8 years, thank God, 80 percent of the people have implemented Kang Pisman," he said.
He revealed that currently the implementation of Kang Pisman is not only at the RT or RW scale, but already at the sub-district level. Residents' enthusiasm for Kang Pisman is also quite high.
"They feel the benefits. The most important thing is to understand the program," said Herman. (yan)**
Head of the Bandung City Communication and Informatics Agency
Yayan A. Brilyana