SANUR Radar Bali – Rapel as a company engaged in the processing of inorganic waste since 2015 is now officially present on the Island of the Gods.
The inauguration ceremony took place in Sanur, attended by several guests of honor, namely Dr. Ir. Firmanto Laksana MM. sh. MH. from the Otto Lima group, as a new partner and Co-Founder of Rapel, was also attended by the Head of the Denpasar City Environment and Sanitation Service, press partners, and related stakeholders who support waste management in the city of Bali.
This event is also Rapel's mile tone which officially releases a web series, a collaborative work with Roemah Tjinema.
Then the event continued with cutting the tumpeng which is Rapel's official symbol in Bali and a sign of achievement that Rapel has processed 1,500 tons of inorganic waste throughout Indonesia.
"With Rapel officially operating on the island of Bali, we are very open to working with the community and various agencies in socializing and picking up inorganic waste," said Gayatri as Head of Branding, Marketing & Campaign.
Rapel has a mission to reduce the amount of waste, change behavior, and create a circular economy.
According to data from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK), Bali produced 915.5 thousand tons of waste throughout 2021, a fairly large number for a relatively small island.
Rapel has prepared a number of environmentally friendly electric motorbikes as an inorganic waste collector fleet, as well as Rapel's commitment to voice the movement to love the earth in a good and sustainable way.
"Currently, Rapel has collaborated with the Garbage Bank in Banjar Legian Kelod - Kuta, several faculties at Udayana University, and several other agencies.
After this, we will intensively conduct socialization of rapel so that education about waste segregation runs evenly," added Gayatri.
Close to technological developments, Rapel also has an application that can be downloaded on a smartphone, to reach individuals more thoroughly.
Not only that, every inorganic waste that is deposited into the Rapel Application will have economic value according to the type of waste deposited.
After downloading the application and sending photos of the waste, the user will determine the pick-up schedule, then the Rapel collector will come and pick up the inorganic waste that has been collected.
The balance will also be automatically listed in the application every time you make a transaction. So that people can feel the benefits of sorting waste, just sorting, weighing, Rapelin is enough! (rba/tis/han)