Environment consist of three sub-sectors:

PELITA (Integrated Environment Management)

PELITA has an organic waste management centre in southern part of PUSDAKOTA’s office. It called HORE, stands for House of Organic Recycling. HORE is a model that waste can managed properly into a valuable resource. Requirement for integrative waste management is community participation. PELITA invite community to sort their own garbage, it able to change their paradigm about waste. Since 2007, three RT are involve in sorting and providing organic resources consistently to HORE (RT 01, 03, and 04 RW XIV Rungkut Lor).

Integrated waste management creates a greater impact, among others; communality of citizens, improvement of environmental quality, increase kampoong investment, leadership improvement of community leader. The kampoong or village who can perform as eco-friendly community, can be model for another region or community. And it start to expand environmental movement.

Program year 2010-2011, PELITA build synergies with Social and Economic sector to create MANUNGGAL Kampoong. MANUNGGAL stands Mandiri, Unggul, Alami (Atonomous, Prime, Natural). This program is motivate by the development of kampong potentials. Kampung able to become productive, empowered by what he owned, has human resources who are concerned and competent, and intends to continue to preserve the environment for the benefit of future generations. On same year, inovate various eco-friendly technologies based on technosocial principles; (1) obtained from community knowledge systems, (2) based on local resources, (3) can be developed in accordance with the pattern of community life, and (4) can be modified according to the availability of existing resources in community life. Tantra Lingkungan in southern part of PUSDAKOTA’s office, is open to anyone who wants to learn and create an improvement for their environment.

PERNIK (Organic Farming)

PERNIK’s aim is to develop environmentally friendly technologies for food security, and organize farmer to farm with organic principles. Environmentally friendly technologies that have been initiated; organic fertilizers, organic pesticides, and organic feed. Urban scale organic farming in PUSDAKOTA planted with seasonal vegetable species, such as: green spinach, red spinach, water spinach, mustard, and so forth. Compost from HORE is use as fertilizer. Pesticides made by using medicinal plants. Organic feed is made from tofu dregs and bran.

Year program 2009-2010, PERNIK start to expand organizing the farmers' groups. In addition, PERNIK also invites urban communities to behave productively using a narrow area. It affects family health, family consumption efficiency, also food security of urban communities. Verticulture is one method to increase the productivity of narrow land in urban areas.

PUSDAKOTA in collaboration with the Unit Training Centre-Integrated Outdoor Campus (UTC-IOC) Trawas, Surabaya University, create a models of organic farming. Farmers surround Trawas campus expected to become an organic food producer.

KESAN (Health Sanitation)

KESAN has to create and expand a model of environment friendly sanitation. KESAN attempt to build a concern movement for river Afur, which flowing along Rungkut Lor and Rungkut Kidul. Multi-stakeholder workshop involving the community, governments, and NGOs was held on March 2011. This workshop encourage concrete actions to improve the quality of Afur River. KESAN also motivate Afur riverside citizens to build a healthy house as a model for others. The most important character of a healthy house is members of family participate to manage their own liquid and solid waste. They also aware to plant in the riverside, to conserve water and air.

KESAN supports the river movement with doing research. The study titled Bacterial Decomposition of Kitchen Waste by Using Horizontal Subsurface Flow Wetland, is expected to recommend environmentally friendly technologies that can be implemented by the community. This study expected to recommend environmental friendly technologies that can be implement by the community. This study began on April 2011.