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GREEN INDUSTRY
International Industrial Engineering Program
Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta
Yosef Daryanto, ST., MSc.
2014
What is Green Industry?
Green Industry is important! Do you
agree?
Climate change: fact or fiction?
Global warming: fact or fiction?
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Do you have any experience about
negative impact of industry?
Environment
1 : the circumstances, objects, or conditions by
which one is surrounded
2 a : the complex of physical, chemical, and
biotic factors (as climate, soil, and living things)
that act upon an organism or an ecological
community and ultimately determine its form and
survival
b : the aggregate of social and cultural
conditions that influence the life of an individual
or community.
- Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, 2004
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ECONOMIC GROWTH/
DEVELOPMENT
SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT
GREEN
INDUSTRY
Green Industry promotes sustainable
patterns of production and consumption
i.e. patterns that are resource and energy
efficient, low-carbon and low waste, non-
polluting and safe, and which produce
products that are responsibly managed
throughout their lifecycle.
Background of Green Industry
Economic Development and Sustainable
Development
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Sustainable Development
Sustainable development is development which
meets the needs of the present without
compromising the ability of future generations to
meet their own needs. (World Commission on Environment
and Development, 1987, Our Common Future)
Sustainable Development
Economic: An economically sustainable system must
be able to produce goods and services on a continuing
basis, to maintain manageable levels of government and
external debt, and to avoid extreme sectoral imbalances
which damage agricultural or industrial production.
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Sustainable Development
Environmental: An environmentally sustainable system
must maintain a stable resource base, avoiding over-
exploitation of renewable resource systems or
environmental sink functions, and depleting non-
renewable resources only to the extent that investment is
made in adequate substitutes. This includes
maintenance of biodiversity, atmospheric stability, and
other ecosystem functions not ordinarily classed as
economic resources.
Social: A socially sustainable system must achieve
distributional equity, adequate provision of social
services including health and education, gender equity,
and political accountability and participation.
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Green Industry
Green Industry promotes sustainable patterns of
production and consumption i.e. patterns that are
resource and energy efficient, low-carbon and low waste,
non-polluting and safe, and which produce products that
are responsibly managed throughout their lifecycle.
The Green Industry agenda covers the greening of
industries, under which all industries continuously
improve their resource productivity and environmental
performance. It also aims to create green industries, that
deliver environmental goods and services in an industrial
manner, including, for example, waste management and
recycling services, renewable energy technologies, and
environmental analytical and advisory services.
Green Industry is important
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Syllabus
Environment and Green Industry
Industry Development, the Impact and the Requirements
Regulation and Standard for Green Industry
Pollution and Environmental Problem
Waste and Gas Pollutant
Wastewater Treatment
Water Supply in Industry
Hazardous Material
Hazardous Material Treatment
National Regulation for AMDAL
Grading rules
Assignment/Project 40%
Mid Exam 30%
Final Exam 30%
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Other regulation
Assignment should be handed in on time.
Maximum lateness is 15 minutes from he scheduled
time.
Eating and other disturbing activities are prohibited.
Notebook, Hand-phone and other electronic devices
must be off during the class
Please wear appropriate and proper dresses.
Group Presentation (2 students)
Green Economy
Green Manufacturing
Green Logistics
Green Product and Eco label
Carbon Footprint and Carbon Trade
Case Study of Modern Waste Management
Presentation 15-20 minutes, start from the 2
nd
week
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Further reading:
World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987, Our
Common Future
Tatyana P. Soubbotina, Beyond Economic Growth: A Introduction
to Sustainable Development, 2004, 2
nd
edition, The World Bank,
Washington DC.
Jonathan M. Harris, Basic Principles of Sustainable Development,
2000, Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts
University. Medfords, MA, USA.
United Nations Industrial Development Organization. UNIDO Green
Industry Initiative for Sustainable Industry Development, 2011,
Vienna, Swiss.
United Nations Industrial Development Organization, UNIDO Green
Industry: Principles for Supporting Green Industry, 2011, Vienna,
Swiss.
Asian Productivity Organization, APO Green Productivity, 2002,
Tokyo.