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Banggai, Indonesia

Community Based Participatory Waste Management (IDBNG0003)

Overview

At-a-Glance

Action Plan: Action plan – Banggai, Indonesia, 2021 – 2024

Inception Report: Not available

Commitment Start: Jan 2022
Commitment End: Mar 2024

Institutions involved:

  • Environmental Office
  • Public Works and Spatial Planning Office
  • Economic Part of Regional Secretariat on Banggai
  • Natural Resources Part of Regional Secretariat on Banggai
  • Cooperation Part of Regional Secretariat on Banggai
  • Sub District of Luwuk
  • Sub district of Luwuk Utara
  • Sub district of Luwuk Selatan
  • International NGO Forum on Indonesia (INFID)
  • Media Link
  • vilage administration forum
  • Family Welfare Development (PKK)
  • Regional Manager Aisyiah Banggar
  • NGO GAM (mantailobo activist union)

Primary Policy Area: Safety Nets & Economic Inclusion

Primary Sector: Environment & Climate, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

OGP Value:

  • Civic Participation
  • Technology and Innovation for Transparency and Accountability

Description

Commitment ID

IDBNG0003

Commitment Title

Community Based Participatory Waste Management

Problem

  • Garbage is a substance/material and objects originating from human activities that can cause health problems, reduce environmental quality and environmental aesthetics.
  • Plastic waste has not been appropriately managed, so it has a great potential to pollute the environment.
  • One of the methods used to manage waste is the 3R (reduce, reuse, recycle) approach. It provides benefits for waste reduction, reduces transportation costs, extends the life of equipment and landfills, reduces water, soil, and air pollution, and produces compost/ economic value of recycled materials.
  • The benefits are: a) Increase public awareness of cleanliness b) The environment becomes beautiful, green, and clean c) Strengthen the spirit of togetherness among citizens d)Add the local economy's value, and become a 3R tourist location.

Status quo

  1. Main Waste Bank Unit (BSI) and 30 Waste Bank Units (BSU) have been formed. They aim to educate the public that waste has economic value if they are utilized and managed correctly.
  2. However, several BSUs are unable to operate properly because of several factors such as lack of trust and participation from the community to collect waste and sell it to BSU, complexities to sell processed waste products, and lack of capital.
  3. Applying the 3R Principles (reduce, reuse and recycle) in waste management by fully involving the community has not been optimal. Meanwhile, the role of local governments as regulators, facilitators, and dynamists also needs to be improved.
  4. The participation of the business in the form of CSR for waste management with 3R principles is still relatively limited.
  5. Waste management innovation and technology are still lacking.

Action

This commitment is an effort to alleviate poverty by empowering urban communities by increasing their participation in waste management and reducing waste generation through the application of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle in their respective neighborhoods at the RT/RW level and Kelurahan.

This commitment aims to:

  1. Increase community participation in waste management by reducing waste generation by applying the principles of reducing, reusing, and recycling the waste in their respective environments.
  2. Encourage community empowerment efforts (especially the urban poor) to manage waste into something useful and valuable to meet basic needs, increase income, and participate in the development process.
  3. Create a residential area with a level of independent waste management for a healthy, clean, and comfortable environment.
  4. Manage household plastic waste with Ecobrick Innovation, using environmentally friendly plastic waste into valuable goods for the local community and ecosystem.

How will the commitment contribute to solving the public problem described above?

  1. Community-based waste management will maintain cleanliness in the residential environment, prevent slums, reduce waste and prolong the life of the Final Processing Site (TPA) for waste, and preserve the environment.
  2. Achieved the target of 30% reduction in waste and 70% handling of household waste.
  3. Increase the income of marginal urban communities to reduce poverty.

What long-term goal as identified in your Open Government Strategy does this commitment relate to?

  1. Realize the goal of waste management, namely improving public health and environmental quality and making waste a resource.
  2. Increase coordination between government agencies, the community, and the business to integrate waste management.
  3. Develop and increase public awareness of waste management.
  4. Apply local specific technologies in local communities to reduce and manage waste.

Primary Policy Area

Safety Nets & Economic Inclusion

Primary Sector

Environment & Climate, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

What OGP value is this commitment relevant to?

Civic Participation Commitment is closely related to the value of Public Participation and Inclusion because: 1). Involve the entire community and institutions in urban areas to manage waste directly from the source while maintaining environmental pollution; 2). Involve households and urban families in a participatory manner to make 3R waste management a new source of income to improve the family economy in urban areas;
Technology and Innovation for Transparency and Accountability This commitment relates to the value of Technology/Innovation for Public Participation because: 1) This commitment will lead to an effort to utilize technology in the 3R Waste Disposal Site (TPS3R), namely waste management with technological innovations of a garbage chopper and compost sifter, which can be used as a garden plant fertilizer and can be economically valuable; 2) Encourage community participation in maintaining the cleanliness of their respective environments to become beautiful, green, and clean.

Milestones

8 Milestones
1

Preparation and Stipulation of Perbup

Start Date01/2022
End Date01/2022
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2

Preparation of Technical Guidelines

Start Date01/2022
End Date03/2022
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3

Determination of District Level Implementing Organizations

Start Date02/2022
End Date03/2022
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4

Program Announcement and Outreach

Start Date03/2022
End Date04/2022
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5

Formation of Activity Implementing Groups at Program Locations

Start Date03/2022
End Date04/2022
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6

Guidance and Training for District, Village and Sub-District officials

Start Date04/2022
End Date05/2022
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7

Program Implementation

Start Date06/2022
End Date06/2024
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8

Monitoring and Evaluation

Start Date06/2022
End Date06/2024
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