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Calvin Perdana Harianto Putra
Managing Director at Wujudkan!
Sleman, D.I Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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Startup
Wujudkan!
Wujudkan! is a startup focused on climate change adaption by addressing flood and drought through water management approach. Wujudkan! provides patented rainwater harvesting called Gama Rain Filter which allow us to drink rainwater and conserve water at the same time. Another product currently under pilot project is AIRA Box, a desalination system which allow people to drink seawater or brackish one and powered by solar panel to reduce carbon footprint and reduce plastic waste. Wujudkan! is part of Archipelagic Island States Startup, Climatelaunchpad by Europe KIC, Impact Hub, and Innovative Academy Hub Universitas Gadjah Mada. Wujudkan! is partner of Water.id and PT. Gama Inovasi Berdikari.

Sector

Water management and -technology

Water Quality & Water Treatment

DesalinationRecycle & ReuseWater supplyWater Technology

Agro water

Rainwater harvestingWater and Irrigation Systems

Coastal Erosion and sludge control

Nature based solutions

Value chain

Design / R&D / EngineeringProductionSales & DistributionService / Maintenance / Supply

Ground water

Subsurface water storage for flood/drought

Cross sectoral

Circular WasteInnovation
Registered on October 20, 2020
Marketplace Opportunities
Product
GAMA RAIN FILTER: Integrated Rainwater Harvesting System
Gama Rain Filter is an integrated rainwater harvesting system with absorption well to rejuvenate groundwater and at the same time allow people to drink rainwater by using T.R.A.P system on its operation. The Gama Rain Filter invented by Assoc. Prof. Dr.Ing. Ir. Agus Maryono in 2016 and patented by Universitas Gadjah Mada at the same year, the license number is IDP000067606. Universitas Gadjah Mada appointed Wujudkan! as the enterprise that implement the Gama Rain Filter and its derivative, the inventor in Wujudkan! act as Commissariat.

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DistributionSellingOther

Applies to

Water Quality & Water TreatmentGround waterRecyclingCircular design

Ministry of Public Works and Housing of Republic Indonesia, Introduce the Gama Rain Filter

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Ing. Ir. Agus Maryono on Water Resources Reformation to tackle Flood and Drought

October 20, 2020
Product
AIRA BOX
A customize desalination system in a container booth powered by solar panel to turn salty water into drink water. This product currently under pilot project for a coastal village in Nusa Penida who suffered lack of fresh water supply. This pilot project collaborate with Kopernik Foundation and funded by Canadian AID under CFLI (The Canada Fund for Local Initiatives).

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OtherSellingDistributionDemonstration

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Agro waterWater Quality & Water Treatment

October 20, 2020
Product
Rainwater Based Organic Fertilizer
Wujudkan! found that waste of processing rainwater into drinking water can be used as fertilizer by adding river moss, sulfate, Salt, Coconut, and 13 others organic waste. This organic fertilizer is used by farmer around Yogyakarta and Central Java area which have proof accelerate the growing of plant especially veggies and fruit plants.

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SellingDistributionDemonstrationOther

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Agro waterAgricultureWaste managementRecyclingCircular designCircular economyWater Quality & Water Treatment

October 22, 2020
Service
Eco Infrastructure Design and Consultancy
Since Wujudkan! is part of academic based startup we are pursuing innovation based on community needs and scientific research. Wujudkan! committed to achieve its vision "Creating Resilient and Sustainable Society" by providing sustainable products and services from sleep until sleep again. In 2019, Wujudkan! had a challenged to develop massive rainwater harvesting system for community in Indonesia - Timor Leste Border on Oecusse District, Timor Leste who suffered from lack of water supply and sanitation. This challenge came from UNDP Indonesia who already worked in the area since 2017 to develop the communities, and Wujudkan! was reached by program manager Mrs. Mareska. And in 2019, we receive a project call from PT. Rumeksa Mekaring Sabda who suffered from drought and losing IDR 250 million per year due to excessive water expenses.

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ConsultingResearch & Development

Applies to

Water Quality and Water TreatmentCircular designCircular Economy

October 22, 2020
Partnership
Waste for Water: Desalination Business to Provide Clean Drinking Water for Coastal Villages
Coastal Communities in Indonesia rely heavily on plastic bottled water or gallon water for their daily needs like drinking and cooking, it hurt their monthly income a lot. Not only remote coastal communities suffered this things, communities in developed area like Nusapenida, Bali or Karimunjawa, Central Java. This create a huge business opportunities by targeting B2B or B2C in coastal areas. Wujudkan! currently running a pilot project for this program with Kopernik (A Foundation in Bali) using funding from Canadian Government through The Canada Fund for Local Initiatives. Wujudkan! offer a partnership as business development or investment or research areas on this project.

Looking for

BusinessResearchFranchising

October 22, 2020
Project Cooperation
Waste for Water: Desalination Business to Provide Clean Drinking Water for Coastal Villages
Coastal Communities in Indonesia rely heavily on plastic bottled water or gallon water for their daily needs like drinking and cooking, it hurt their monthly income a lot. Not only remote coastal communities suffered this things, communities in developed area like Nusapenida, Bali or Karimunjawa, Central Java. This create a huge business opportunities by targeting B2B or B2C in coastal areas. Wujudkan! currently running a pilot project for this program with Kopernik (A Foundation in Bali) using funding from Canadian Government through The Canada Fund for Local Initiatives. Wujudkan! offer a partnership as business development or investment or research areas on this project.

Topic

Waste managementWater technologyWater Quality and Water TreatmentWater managementCircular EconomyRecycling

Type

Consortiums seeks partnerPartner seeks consortiumOther

October 22, 2020
Partnership
Water Investment in Eco - Infrastructure (Rainwater Harvesting)
In 2019 based on Bureau of Disaster Management of Republic of Indonesia, 48 millions in Indonesia was suffered by long drought. This disaster accounted for more than 192 Billion Indonesia Rupiah across 28 provinces. On the same time, Wujudkan! had research report regarding drought impact on society around Yogyakarta area. The value of market research for rainwater storage is US$79,340,143.5 or equal for 1,974,688 people lived in drought prone area in Yogyakarta. This not only affecting families but also business and industries. We are keen to look for a partner to developing our patented product and penetrating more in Yogyakarta first before go to other Indonesia part.

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ResearchBusinessFranchising

October 22, 2020
Project Cooperation
Self Sufficient Farming by Utilizing Rainwater as Water Supply, and Fertilizer
Wujudkan! has experienced on research and development regarding rainwater harvesting and its utilization. Current situation in Indonesia and specifically Yogyakarta, both farmer and consumer understand the beneficial of organic foods. However, current practice and current supply chain doesn't provide affordable organic foods for the market. Wujudkan! have planned to develop a Self Sufficient Farming by Utilizing Rainwater as Water Supply, and Fertilizer in Yogyakarta as a part to fulfill the market demands and curiosity about organic foods. Based on our market research regarding on organic foods in Yogyakarta surrounding area , the market value stand in 15.63 million USD for first phase step.

Topic

Waste managementCircular designWater managementWater technologyAgro waterAgricultureCircular EconomyRecycling

Type

Consortiums seeks partnerPartner seeks consortiumOther

October 22, 2020
Partnership
Ready To Drink Rainwater for Urban Area
The National Socio-Economic Survey (Susenas) in the last 12 years, there has been a drastic increase in bottled water users. If in 2005 the amount was only 4.1 percent of total household consumption in Indonesia, last year it increased to 42.8 percent. The fact stated above showed that Indonesia needs a lot of bottled water, which mean more plastic waste in our environment. This is the opportunity for us to provide a small scale ready to drink rainwater for refilling bottle in highly populated area or highly visited area We are looking partner to develop this thing together in Yogyakarta busiest area, Maliboro Street.

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BusinessResearchFranchising

October 22, 2020