Community-led waste banks can be key in tackling waste in the upstream. If optimised, more than 70% of Jakarta’s waste does not need to end up in Bantargebang.
Rama Maulana graduated from the Faculty of Forestry and Environment of IPB University in 2021. His interest lies in topics related to soil sciences, spatial planning, and watershed management. He now works as reporter at Forest Digest, a quarterly environmental magazine established by IPB University’s forestry and environmental alumni in 2016. Rama covers all issues on forestry and environment for daily news on its web.
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Untangling the waste problem
An expert say Indonesia is yet to have a waste management blueprint. Waste power plant is seen as short and middle term solution to stop waste from contaminating the environment.