Good Housekeeping Implementation for Improving Efficiency in Cassava Starch Industry (Case Study: Margoyoso District, Pati Regency)

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Abstract

Cassava starch industry is one of the leading small-medium enterprises (SMEs) in Pati Regency. Cassava starch industry released waste that reduces the quantity of final product and potentially contamined the environment. This study was conducted to observe the feasibility of good housekeeping implementation to reduce waste and at the same time improve efficiency of production process. Good housekeeping opportunities are consideration by three aspect, technical, economy and environmental. Good housekeeping opportunities involved water conservation and waste reduction. These included reuse of water in washing process, improving workers awareness in drying section and packaging section. Implementation of these opportunities can reduce water consumption, reduce wastewater and solid waste generation also increased quantity of final product.

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Aji, W. S., Purwanto, & Suherman. (2018). Good Housekeeping Implementation for Improving Efficiency in Cassava Starch Industry (Case Study: Margoyoso District, Pati Regency). In E3S Web of Conferences (Vol. 31). EDP Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20183105011

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