Implementation of SDGs 12 at FTUI

12.2 Operational measures

12.2.1 Ethical sourcing policy

Have a policy on ethical sourcing of food and supplies

Within the years of 2017-2021, FTUI has continues to implement programs on ethical sourcing of food and supplies through Rector’s Regulation number 057 in 2017 regarding Implementation of Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) Aspect on Universitas Indonesia’s Canteen. In the second clause, UI commits to implement HSE aspects in the entire food and supplies ecosystem, especially canteens. On the fourteenth clause, UI consistently demonstrates how food and beverage handling must comply with the hygiene, food safety, and food packaging requirements to be used. Furthermore, all the ingredients that are used have to be registered from the  Ministry of Health.

The implementation of these policies in each unit/department within the FTUI work environment is regulated by the General Work Unit and Facilities (Unit Kerja Umum dan Fasilitas) through Standard Operating Procedures No. 03 January 2, 2019 regarding the provision of healthy consumption.

12.2.3 Policy waste disposal – hazardous materials

Have a policy on waste disposal – Covering hazardous materials

As one of the Faculties that use hazardous material in teaching and research activities, FTUI has continued to implement the UI’s policy on waste disposal – covering hazardous materials. This policy is regulated on Rector of Universitas Indonesia Decree No. 1305/SK/R/UI/2011 on Trash and Hazardous and Toxic Material Waste Disposal Management Policy on The Campus of Universitas Indonesia. The management of hazardous and poisonous waste material (B3) at the Faculty of Medicine is divided into 2 types, medical and non-medical. The handling of B3 waste at FKUI is routinely carried out 3-4 times per year by the 3rd party through an official agreement with the Faculty of Engineering UI. Other policy related to the management of hazardous material is Rector Decree No. 1306/SK/R/UI 2011 which stated about Restriction on Food and Beverage Packaging Containing Toxic and Hazardous Material (B3) on The Campus of Universitas Indonesia.

12.2.4 Policy waste disposal – landfill policy

Have a policy on waste disposal – to measure the amount of waste sent to landfill and recycled

Faculty of Engineering UI has continued to implement programs on waste disposal management according to Rector of Universitas Indonesia Decree No. 2893/SK/R/UI/2018 on Universitas Indonesia Green Campus Policy (UI Green Campus Plan). Segregation and measurement of plastic and non-plastic waste has been routinely carried out by the cleaning service and Health, Safety, Security and Environment unit (UPT K3L) in FKUI from 2018 until now.

12.2.5 Policy for minimisation of plastic use

Have policies around use minimisation of plastic

 

12.2.6 Policy for minimisation of disposable items

Have policies around use minimisation of disposable items

Faculty of Medicine UI has attempted to minimize the disposable items according to several UI’s policies including:

      • Rector of Universitas Indonesia Decree No. 1306/SK/R/UI/2011 on Restriction of Hazardous and Toxic Materials (B3) Use for Food and Beverage Packaging on the Campus of Universitas Indonesia restricts the usage of plastic containers for food and beverage
      • Rector Decree of Universitas Indonesia No. 1308/SK/R/UI/2011 on Minimization Policy Regarding Paper and Plastic Usage on the Campus of Universitas Indonesia
      • Rector Regulation No. 4 Year 2019 about Zero Plastic Program, with one of the programs is limiting usage of plastic containers for food and beverage. Procedure for reducing waste accumulation in the FKUI work environment is regulated by the general work unit and facilities (Unit Kerja Umum dan Fasilitas) through Standard operating procedures no. 02 January 2, 2019.

12.2.7 Disposable policy: extensions to services (revised for Impact 2021)

Ensuring these policies extend to outsourced services and the supply chain

Several policies about the use of plastic, paper, hazardous and toxic Materials (B3) for Food and Beverage Packaging are extended to outsourced services and the supply chain. These policies stated that the implementation of the program must be carried out by all civitas academica, partnering parties, faculty canteens, and other parties in UI:

      • Rector Decree of Universitas Indonesia No. 1306/SK/R/UI/2011 on Restriction Policy for The Use of Hazardous and Toxic Materials (B3) for Food and Beverage Packaging on The Campus of Universitas Indonesia prohibits the use of plastic for food and beverage container.
      • Rector Decree of Universitas Indonesia No. 1308/SK/R/UI/2011 on Minimisation Policy on Paper and Plastic Use on The Campus of Universitas Indonesia.
      • Rector Regulation No. 4 Year 2019 on Zero Plastic Program in UI. The work unit at FKUI has also issued several standard operating procedures related to responsible consumption and production to ensure that the program is implemented in every unit/department in the FKUI working environment.

12.2.8 Minimisation policies extended to suppliers (revised for Impact 2021)

Ensuring these policies extend to outsourced suppliers and the supply chain – (suppliers of equipment, stationary, building contracts)?

Several policies about the use of plastic, paper, hazardous and toxic Materials (B3) for Food and Beverage Packaging are extended to outsourced services and the supply chain. These policies stated that the implementation of the program must be carried out by all civitas academica, partnering parties, faculty canteens, and other parties in UI:

      • Rector Decree of Universitas Indonesia No. 1306/SK/R/UI/2011 on Restriction Policy for The Use of Hazardous and Toxic Materials (B3) for Food and Beverage Packaging on The Campus of Universitas Indonesia prohibits the use of plastic for food and beverage container
      • Rector Decree of Universitas Indonesia No. 1308/SK/R/UI/2011 on Minimisation Policy on Paper and Plastic Use on The Campus of Universitas Indonesia.
      • Rector Regulation No. 4 Year 2019 on Zero Plastic Program in UI. The work unit at FKUI has also issued several standard operating procedures related to responsible consumption and production to ensure that the program is implemented in every unit/department in the FKUI working environment.

12.3 Proportion of recycled waste (revised for Impact 2021)

12.3.1 Waste tracking

Measure the amount of waste generated and recycled across the university

Faculty of Engineering UI has performed the waste tracking by measurement of the amount of waste generated and recycled. After the implementation of the policy on reducing plastic waste and paper waste, it was reported that there was a significant decrease in the amount of this type of waste at the Faculty of Medicine UI. The average amount of plastic and paper waste in 2018 was 199 kg/year, decreased to 99 kg/year in 2019, and 26 kg/year in 2020. Meanwhile, B3 waste disposal has increased from an average per month of 120.5 kg in 2019 to 247.3 kg in 2020 (cumulative calculation per August 2020).

12.3.2 Proportion of waste recycled

Amount of waste generated

The average amount of B3 waste disposal is 120.5 kg/month in 2019, increased to 247.3 kg/month in 2020 and 362 kg/month in 2021.

Amount of waste recycled

The average amount of plastic and paper waste is 99 kg/year in 2019 and 26 kg/year.

Amount of waste sent to landfill

The average amount of waste that was sent to landfill in 2021 is about 64 – 72 m3/month

12.4 Publication of a sustainability report

12.4.1 Publication of a sustainability report

•Annual
•Bi-annual
•Less Frequent

Universitas Indonesia has published its annual report sustainability Since 2017. Faculty of Medicine has participated in providing reporting data. The progress of implementation of SDG 12 was also reported in Sustainability Report of 2015-2020.

Evidence :

 

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