SWOT Analysis: utilizing the Istanbul Convention on Temporary Admission as an alternative tool to manage e-waste generator from imported products

dedi abdul hadi

The University of Kitakyushu

My name is Dedi Abdul Hadi, was born in Indonesia in 1970. Having graduated from the Faculty of Law and master degree at the University of Sumatera Utara in Indonesia, now I am pursuing my PhD in the Kitakyushu University, Japan. My research is trying to connect the Customs work to environmental issues by promoting the temporary import procedures for certain electronic products. This is because Indonesia has not yet established the recycling factory for electronic wastes, so we have to find another solution in resolving problem of the e-waste. I am a Customs officer, so I hope this is a good opportunity for Customs to contribute more to the world by expanding the function of the current temporary import procedure.      


The volume of e-wastes are increasing rapidly every year, either from domestic or imported products. It is impossible to stop electronic goods production as people are so dependent on these. The Extended Producer... [ view full abstract ]


  1. dedi abdul hadi (The University of Kitakyushu)
  2. Toru Matsumoto (The University of Kitakyushu)

Topic Area

• Public policy and governance


ThS-7 » Industrial ecology and policies for sustainability (09:45 - Thursday, 29th June, Room D)

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