Dealing with the disposal of Used Cooking Oil, or UCOs, is inevitable at the household level. Find out how to dispose of and reuse them properly.
Archive for category: Waste Management
On World Water Monitoring Day, let's talk about the importance of water quality and monitoring to address some of the most pressing issues regarding water
Food loss isn't as widely known as food waste, and apparently they have different meanings. Both are concerning, however.
World Cleanup Day is around the corner. Learn how you can still participate in the global movement and be a cleanup hero amidst the pandemic
The World Bank estimated that Indonesian just pay about the half of standard cost on waste management, which makes waste often collected and treated inappropriately.
Plogging is the new Swedish fitness trend that combines jogging and picking up trash. It's getting popular now, and for a good reason.
Scavengers are prone to various diease due to poor working conditions, evident by the prevalence of skin disease among waste pickers in Indonesia's landfill
Waste4Change's Research Page features all of Waste4Change's paper and publications on the topic of waste issues that can be accessed for free
Waste4Change had the honor to discuss wiith the founder of Bumi Langit to talk about waste issues and what it means to be free from waste
There are many things that we can conclude from the experiences of other countries in managing waste in their landfill. Not all of them have to be followed, there are some things that we can find our own solutions to suit Indonesian culture and needs.