The Co-benefits of Jakarta's BRT
Surabaya City, the regional capital and the second largest city in Indonesia with three million inhabitants, has successfully achieved 10% waste reduction in 3 years (200t/d waste reduction; 1,500-1,600t/d of waste in 2005 to 1,300t/d in 2007). The achievement was made through 1) distribution of 17,000 units of household compost baskets, 2) setting...
Economic analysis of composting, through Surabaya's case: Application in Bangkok
National project proposal to upgrade Surabaya's successful solid waste management practice
Environmental Cooperation in Asia: through a composting project in Surabaya, Indonesia
APFED II Showcase Programme - Projects in Indonesia
The problem of solid waste management has nowadays arisen into critical issues in some big cities of Indonesia. Whole responsibility for the waste services is mostly carried by its local governments (LGs). The mixed waste is collected at household level, transported and disposed to the dumping site. As the result, it is threaten the lifetime of...