Coordinating Minister Luhut explained that the problem of solid waste in the Denpasar, Badung, Gianyar, and Tabanan areas, in particular, should be given serious attention, considering that the Sarbagita Regional Final Processing.
September 16th is commemorated as the International Day for the Preservation of Ozone Layer. As you may already know, our blue planet is protected by a shield of gas called ozone.
The theme for this year’s World Environment Day that is celebrated every fifth of June is Ecosystem Restoration, which means “assisting in the recovery of ecosystems that have been degraded or destroyed
Composting: Fighting Food Waste from the Comfort of One’s Home
Bantar Gebang receives around 7,000 tons of landfill from Jakarta alone. At this rate, the landfill is estimated to reach its full capacity in 2021
Indonesian people commemorated its National Waste Awareness Day on the 21st of February every year since 2015.
Alistair Speirs, Publisher of Now! Jakarta brings you an interview with a very well-known person in the waste management and recycling business, Bijaksana Junerosano (Sano), and he is going to bring us up to date with Indonesia.
It’s not just about educating people to be aware of where their garbage ends; it’s about realising that proper waste management can be a blessing for the community.
Waste4Change signed a MoU with Bekasi city to have a partnership on waste management governance using IT-based technology to support Bekasi smart city. This type of collaboration is encourage to create a sustainable Indonesia.
Aeshnina Azzahra (Nina), a 12-year-old from Gresik, who wrote a letter to the President of United States of America, Mr. Donald Trump regarding waste issues talks to NOW! Jakarta about her wishes.
With Eco-bricks gaining popularity, Rebricks are currently capable of making 80 to 100sqm paving bricks per day by using sachet plastic and plastic waste rejected by garbage banks.
NOW! Jakarta launched Say Yes to Less, a programme dedicated to address the issue of food and plastic waste and find potential solutions within culinary businesses with excellent waste management policy.
Waste4Change has the ‘Send Your Waste’ programme, in which you can recover your waste by sending it to Waste4Change’s recycling partners located around you.
Waste4Change invites you to start taking part in creating a better environment by managing your waste in your house and office.
There are still lots of people not understanding and underestimating the waste problem. Kampus Diakoneia Modern (KDM) realised that and set up KDM Green Projects to create a green environment with education and waste management.
Let us all end this year with something good and celebreate the New Year's Eve with less waste, as suggested by Waste4Change.
How the destination country manages its waste is one of the things we can learn while we are traveling. Let’s see how Indonesian’s two most favourite holiday destination countries deal with their waste!
Have you ever though about where will our leftover food end up? Read through to see the importance of food waste management.
We are still lacking in food waste management but food bank is one of the many available solutions. Read through the story of how food banks rapidly grows and help us better manage our waste.
The Republic of Indonesia and the Kingdom of Belgium commemorated the 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties, setting a paradigm for sustainable waste management.
In conjunction with the second World Clean Up Day on 21 September, for the first time, Indonesia has done a similar activity simultaneously in all of the provinces in Indonesia. A small step that hopefully makes a big difference.
NOW! Jakarta made another push towards sustainability by encouraging partners and BRBCA 2019 participants to manage waste responsibly through a seminar attended by the most important stakeholders in the industry.
This Saturday, people will gather up to join a campaign and take action during the initial Hari Bersih Indonesia or National Clean up Day on 21 September. ACG School Jakarta and its students participate in this inaugural event.
During the Our Ocean Conference (OOC) 2018 in Bali, 29 - 30 October 2018, Danone-AQUA invited all stakeholders to collaborate and create innovation to find solution for the ocean waste problem in Indonesia.
If you want your event to produce less waste, let’s collaborate with Waste4Change for a better event waste management. What else are you waiting for?
In 2017, the government of Indonesia released Indonesian President Regulation No.97/2017 (Jakstranas) detailing a roadmap towards Indonesia Clean-from-Waste 2025. How are we doing?
To support your effort in sorting waste, Waste4Change provides Zero Waste to Landfill service—a waste management system which implements waste segregation.
NOW! Jakarta and Waste4Change invite all readers to increase our awareness regarding waste problems in our neighborhood.
This year, DKI Jakarta Provincial Governor is inviting people of Jakarta to increase waste reduction by 20% and waste handling by 80%.
Can we actually start earlier? What does it take to make responsible waste management our daily behaviour?
Waste4Change provides services that will help your business to invest in waste management and be responsible for your waste through sorting and recycling.
NOW! Jakarta Best Restaurant, Bar and Cafe Awards (BRBCA) returns this year with "Say Yes to Less" campaign to support better food waste management.
Something as simple as your office’s waste bin placement could contribute to your company’s sustainability aspect
Waste4Change is a social enterprise providing waste management services from upstream to downstream.
NOW!JAKARTA featured information about Waste4Change, a social enterprise dedicated to making Indonesia and cleaner and healthier place. They have guide for us!
MVB Seminar discussed ways to reach sustainability from the perspective of an expert in water efficiency, sanitation and hygiene, a waste management campaign.
Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia and TPST 3R Seminyak launched Learning Centre to foster public knowledge of and encourage participation in waste management in Bali.
Around 20,000 volunteers came together on 16 October to join the fourth annual Clean Up Jakarta Day. At 53 locations across the capital, the “Clean Up Heroes” were educated to separate recyclable from non-recyclable litter