Usulan Musa: Permudah Izin Perusahaan Pengelolaan Limbah Medis B3 di Sumut

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Usulan Musa: Permudah Izin Perusahaan Pengelolaan Limbah Medis B3 di Sumut

Usulan Musa: Permudah Izin Perusahaan Pengelolaan Limbah Medis B3 di Sumut | OBROLANBISNIS.com — Wakil Gubernur (Wagub) Sumatera Utara (Sumut) Musa Rajekshah mengusulkan kepada Pemerintah Pusat agar Sumut dapat diberi kemudahan dalam pengurusan izin bagi perusahaan untuk mengelola limbah medis Bahan Berbahaya dan Beracun (B3).

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Hal ini disampaikan Musa Rajekshah saat menghadiri Rapat Koordinasi Arahan Presiden Tentang Pengelolaan Limbah Medis B3 yang dipimpin Menteri Perhubungan Budi Karya Sumadi secara daring, di Rumah Dinas Wagub Sumut Jalan Teuku Daud, Medan, Rabu, 28 Juli 2021, malam.

Musa Rajekshah yang akrab disapa Ijeck menjelaskan, sejak tahun 2020, akibat pandemi Covid-19, limbah B3 Sumut mengalami lonjakan signifikan, baik limbah medis maupun non medis. “Memang, dari tahun 2016 hingga 2021, limbah B3 kita melonjak pada tahun 2020 untuk limbah medis,” ujar Ijeck.



Kendati dipermudah, Ijeck menegaskan, bukan berarti hal itu akan melanggar ketentuan yang berlaku. Karena, secara prinsipnya, jelas Ijeck, perusahaan yang mengajukan harus memenuhi ketentuan mendasar yang ditetapkan.

“Agar pengangkutan dapat lebih murah, dan rumah sakit akan semakin mematuhi aturan terkait limbah B3 ini. Sebab, faktanya masih ada yang nakal, hal ini tentunya dikhawatirkan akan berdampak bagi kesehatan, mengingat banyak masyarakat kita yang masih menggunakan air tanah,” jelasnya.

Lebih lanjut, Ijeck menerangkan, Provinsi Sumut saat ini memiliki 237 rumah sakit yang tersebar di 33 kabupaten/kota, baik milik Pemkab/Pemko, Pemprov dan Pemerintah Pusat. Selain itu juga terdapat sebanyak 609 unit Puskesmas.


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“Namun sejauh ini baru satu perusahaan pengelola yang beroperasi tahun 2020 lalu, yang sudah bisa melakukan pembakaran incinerator, walaupun ada beberapa rumah sakit yang mengelola sendiri,” jelas Ijeck.

Selain itu, Ijeck menambahkan, ada beberapa pengangkut dan pengumpul yang mengangkut limbah B3 ke Cileungsi, Tanggerang Selatan. Karenanya, Ijeck merasa senang jika Pemerintah Pusat mempermudah perizinan bagi perusahaan pengelola limbah B3 di Sumut.

Menanggapi hal tersebut, Menteri Perhubungan Budi Karya Sumadi mengaku akan menyampaikan keinginan Sumut ini ke Presiden Jokowi. Menurutnya laporan yang disampaikan oleh Sumut sudah cukup aktual, sehingga bisa dijadikan contoh.


Dia menuturkan, pada dasarnya pembakaran limbah B3 harus dilakukan dengan ketinggian suhu 800 derajat Celsius melalui incinerator. Selama ini, dia juga mengakui persoalannya terkendala dengan pengangkut, apalagi bagi daerah pegunungan dan pulau. Penggunaan incinerator, jelas Budi, juga tidak mudah dan membutuhkan waktu. Selain itu, tempat pembuangan juga harus bagus dan terseleksi. “Semoga apa yang dilakukan ini dapat bermanfaat untuk bangsa,” tutup Budi.

Peserta rapat di antaranya Dirjen Pengelolaan Sampah, Limbah B3 Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup dan Lingkungan, Mewakili Gubernur DKI Jakarta dan Gubernur Jawa Timur, Sekretaris Ditjen Pelayanan Kesehatan Kementerian Kesehatan, Direktur Kesehatan Lingkungan Kementerian Kesehatan, Walikota Medan, Walikota Surabaya, Walikota Jakarta Barat, Jakarta Pusat, Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta Timur dan Jakarta Utara, serta hadir mendampingi Wakil Gubernur Sumut, Kepala Dinas Lingkungan Hidup Sumut Tengku Amri Fadli. ***



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Musa’s Proposal: Facilitate B3 Medical Waste Management Company Permits in North Sumatra | OBROLANBISNIS.com — The Deputy Governor (Vice Governor) of North Sumatra (Sumut) Musa Rajekshah proposed to the Central Government that North Sumatra could be given convenience in obtaining permits for companies to manage medical waste of Hazardous and Toxic Materials (B3).

This was conveyed by Musa Rajekshah while attending the Presidential Directive Coordination Meeting on B3 Medical Waste Management led by the Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi online, at the North Sumatra Deputy Governor’s Office, Jalan Teuku Daud, Medan, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, evening.

Musa Rajekshah, who is familiarly called Ijeck, explained that since 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, North Sumatra’s B3 waste has experienced a significant spike, both medical and non-medical waste. “Indeed, from 2016 to 2021, our B3 waste will increase in 2020 for medical waste,” said Ijeck.



Even though it is made easier, Ijeck emphasized, it does not mean that it will violate the applicable provisions. Because, in principle, explained Ijeck, companies that apply must meet the basic requirements set out.

“So that transportation can be cheaper, and hospitals will be more obedient to the rules regarding this B3 waste. Because, in fact there are still naughty ones, this is certainly feared to have an impact on health, considering that many of our people still use groundwater,” he explained.

Furthermore, Ijeck explained, North Sumatra Province currently has 237 hospitals spread across 33 regencies/cities, both owned by the Regency/City Government, the Provincial Government and the Central Government. In addition, there are 609 Puskesmas units.


“But so far, only one management company that operated in 2020 has been able to burn incinerators, although there are several hospitals that manage themselves,” explained Ijeck.

In addition, Ijeck added, there are several transporters and collectors who transport B3 waste to Cileungsi, South Tangerang. Therefore, Ijeck is happy if the Central Government facilitates licensing for B3 waste management companies in North Sumatra.

In response to this, the Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi admitted that he would convey this North Sumatra wish to President Jokowi. According to him, the report submitted by North Sumatra is quite actual, so it can be used as an example.



He said, basically the burning of B3 waste must be carried out at a temperature of 800 degrees Celsius through an incinerator. So far, he also admits that the problem is with transporters, especially for mountainous and island areas. The use of incinerators, explained Budi, is also not easy and takes time. In addition, the disposal site must also be good and selected. “Hopefully what has been done can be useful for the nation,” concluded Budi.

Participants in the meeting included the Director General of Waste Management, B3 Waste, Ministry of Environment and Environment, representing the Governor of DKI Jakarta and the Governor of East Java, Secretary of the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health, Director of Environmental Health, Ministry of Health, Mayor of Medan, Mayor of Surabaya, Mayor of West Jakarta, Central Jakarta. , South Jakarta, East Jakarta and North Jakarta, as well as being present to accompany the Deputy Governor of North Sumatra, Head of the North Sumatra Environmental Service Tengku Amri Fadli. ***



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