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STePP Demo Result in Indonesia

STePP Demo Result in Indonesia


Hypochlorous Acid Disinfectant (SOLAR WIND TECHNOLOGY INC.)

In addition to its rapid increase in novel coronavirus cases, Indonesia is home to various infectious diseases such as diarrhea, typhoid fever, cholera, and hepatitis. This is due to the contamination of tap water with pathogenic bacteria and to insufficient sewage coverage, especially in rural areas. Disinfectants are practical and versatile when used in prevention, but an ethanol-infused alcohol sanitizer is not a viable option, due to the country’s religious nature. Hence, non-alcohol disinfectants are in high demand in Indonesia.

Overview of the Project
UNIDO implemented a project to set up the local production of aqueous hypochlorous acid for use at hospitals and public facilities. The project took into consideration the local culture of avoiding alcohol products and introduced a non-alcohol disinfectant with hypochlorous acid called “JIAT-X,” which is not yet commonly used in the country. In addition to establishing a factory for diluting the concentrated hypochlorous acid solution, the project covered technical training for quality control, shipment, and antibacterial effect evaluation.

Project Profile

City, Country



Indonesian University of Education (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)

Key Outcomes

  • 42,000 liters of JIAT-X diluted
  • 8,500 people used the product for disinfection
  • 7 local operators trained
  • 99.99% of bacteria eliminated by the product

Company Profile





Powers Station, 1-38-5 Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 151-0063, Japan


25 million JPY

Contact Person

Mr. Tatsuhiko NAKAZAWA
Telephone: +81-3-5465-5439

The type of business

A think tank specialized in renewable energy, energy-saving and environmental improvement.



“I am very impressed with the technology of JIAT-X, which produces disinfectants that are environmentally friendly and safe for adults, children, and pets in everyday life. The training provided an opportunity to learn how to disinfect properly.

Ms. Rami, Nursing Student at Indonesian University of Education



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