Zulfikar, co-founder of waste4change

February 27, 8:00am - 10:00am WIB. Hosted at Conclave Wijaya

part of a series on Climate


About the speaker

Zulfikar is co-founder of waste4change, trainer, and consultant on solid waste management. He’s graduated from Environmental Engineering Department in Institut Teknologi Bandung.

When he started his study, Bandung’s landfill site was just exploded and then closed. More than 100 people died in that tragedy. This event cause him to devote his life on improving Indonesia’s waste management, especially domestic waste. He helped Kalbe Farma, The Body Shop, Pertamina, Pondok Indah citizen, and several other clients being more responsible for their waste.

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“Is there anything good in waste?”

This month is all about our environment’s impact on how, what and why we create. From the nuances of workplace culture to the future state of the planet, speakers of all stripes will share their adventures in creativity, chaos and teamwork.

We’re taking the temperature of our surroundings this month as we dive into Climate in 100+ chapters around the world, presented by MailChimp. The theme was chosen by our Ottawa, Canada chapter and illustrated by the talented Dave Arnold.

In the third event of CreativeMornings Jakarta, Zulfikar from waste4change will be presented his perspective on Climate, specifically on how to deal with your waste that will affect your environment. And how to involve and contribute to a better change from our daily lifestyle.

Zulfikar is co-founder of waste4change, trainer, and consultant on solid waste management. He’s graduated from Environmental Engineering Department in Institut Teknologi Bandung. When he started his study, Bandung’s landfill site was just exploded and then closed. More than 100 people died in that tragedy. This event cause him to devote his life on improving Indonesia’s waste management, especially domestic waste. He helped Kalbe Farma, The Body Shop, Pertamina, Pondok Indah citizen, and several other clients being more responsible for their waste.

waste4change is a social entrepreneurship that provides solutions to the waste problems, with the principles of behavior change and responsible management. Their mission is to embody Indonesian society to be responsible of their waste. Their four core of business are consult, campaign, collect, and create.

Find out more about waste4change on www.waste4change.com