Implementation of Sorting Waste into Gold Savings in Pawnshop Based on Islamic Economic Perspective
Sri Herianingrum, Arlinda Nidia Corinna
Pawnshop is one type of financial institution that has a gold savings product. Gold is known as a form of investment with high liquidity. In connection with the existence of uncontrolled garbage in Indonesia, Pawnshop made the program Sort Out Waste to Save Gold. This research use qualitative field research with a descriptive approach. The purpose of this research is to realize Indonesian people to more concerned with the environment and the importance of saving gold by analyzing how this program is carried out in Islamic perspective. The method used is observation of data and interviews then continued with data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusion. The result is the program to sort out gold-saving waste can increase public awareness about the importance of gold investment and maintaining environmental sustainability.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 7
Keywords: Pawnshop, Gold Investment, Sorting the Waste