JAKARTA KOMPAS This year the central government will start allocating special funds for regional administrations to manage waste Incentives of around Rp 10 trillion US711 million will be allocated to regional administrations based on the administrations roles in waste management
Piles of waste at Rawa Kucing garbage dump Kedaung Wetan Neglasari district Tangerang city Banten are surrounded by plants Of the 32 hectares of landfill 15 ha are for garbage and 2 ha for greening parks and the rest for infiltration water and leachate ponds The Rawa Kucing fin
The central government has issued an incentive scheme to improve regional administrations’ performance in waste management. The 2019 State Budget (APBN) allocates the new incentive fund, ranging from Rp 9 billion to Rp 11 billion, to 10 regional administrations.
Garbage is a problem in many areas, including the city of Bandung. Unwilling to maintain silence on the issue, Asep Dimyati, 42, and Tatang Sobarna, 49, joined forces in local waste management, sharing their knowledge publicly so they can live together in comfort and hygiene.
In the eyes of these women garbage is like scattered gold just waiting to be picked up and exchanged for money They can now reap the rewards to fulfill their Lebaran needs Five gunnysack waste bags are placed next to the other behind the house of Aminah 69 in Rawajati sub-district Pancoran