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Furniture Waste Management in Indonesia
Furniture Waste Management in Indonesia
Category : Waste Management
Release Date : November 1st, 2022

Furniture waste in Indonesia is still not much highlighted and there are not many studies that discuss this. In fact, furniture waste is a bulky waste that should be managed properly. Let's learn more to find out the current flow of furniture waste in Indonesia.

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Material Flow of Flexible Platics Waste in DKI Jakarta
Material Flow of Flexible Platics Waste in DKI Jakarta
Category : Waste Management
Release Date : June 30th, 2022

Flexible plastic packaging in developing countries such as Indonesia is one of the main choices for manufacturers to package their products. Unfortunately, this material does not yet have a significant recycling market. Let's learn more about what flexible plastic waste management looks like in DKI Jakarta.

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Black Soldier Flies Best Practice as Organic Waste Management in Indonesia
Black Soldier Flies Best Practice as Organic Waste Management in Indonesia
Category : Waste Management
Release Date : March 30th, 2021

The method of treating organic waste using Black Soldier Fly (BSF) has been practiced widely in Indonesia, be it in the business, government, and communal sector. Find out more about the organic waste management practices using BSF that have been implemented in Indonesia.

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Styrofoam Recycling Best Practice in Indonesia
Styrofoam Recycling Best Practice in Indonesia
Category : Waste Management
Release Date : December 8th, 2020

Styrofoam waste has not been widely managed or processed so that the presence of styrofoam will almost likely pollute the environment. In regards to this matter, we think it's important to share and learn more about the various styrofoam recycling initiatives that have been carried out in Indonesia.

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Jakarta Waste - Glimpse of The Waste Condition <br>in DKI Jakarta
Jakarta Waste - Glimpse of The Waste Condition
in DKI Jakarta
Category : Waste Management
Release Date : November 28th, 2020

The challenge for DKI Jakarta's solid waste management is that in 2022, it is estimated that the Bantargebang Landfill will no longer be able to accommodate the waste generated by the residents of DKI Jakarta. Why? One reason is because the existing waste management system is not yet sustainable and effective. Find out more about the waste management system in DKI Jakarta.

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The Implementation of Plastic Bag Reduction Policy <br> in Indonesia
The Implementation of Plastic Bag Reduction Policy
in Indonesia
Category : Governance & Policy
Release Date : November 2nd, 2020

Plastic bag reduction policies in various regions provide regulatory strength in addressing the challenges of reducing waste regions. Learn more about the implementation of plastic bag reduction policies in Indonesia.

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The COVID-19 Pandemic Waste in DKI Jakarta
The COVID-19 Pandemic Waste in DKI Jakarta
Category : Waste Management
Release Date : October 26th, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia has brought a significant impact on the solid waste conditions, especially infectious household waste. Learn more about the condition of the COVID-19 pandemic waste in DKI Jakarta.

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The Governance of Solid Waste Institutions in Indonesia - <span style='display: block;'>Part II Regional Government</span>
The Governance of Solid Waste Institutions in Indonesia - Part II Regional Government
Category : Governance & Policy
Release Date : July 16th, 2020

Regional Government has greater roles and authorities in the implementation of waste management system at the regional level. Learn more about the implementation aspects of Indonesia's waste management that is almost entirely fall within the authority of its regional government.

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The Governance of Solid Waste Institutions in Indonesia - <span style='display: block;'>Part I Central Government</span>
The Governance of Solid Waste Institutions in Indonesia - Part I Central Government
Category : Governance & Policy
Release Date : July 16th, 2020

Indonesia still has many challenges in terms of creating an ideal ecosystem for implementing responsible waste management. This overview of solid waste institutions in Indonesia specifically discusses about the role and responsibilities of the Central Government within the context of solid waste governance in Indonesia.

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