Waste bank is one of the government's efforts in reducing inorganic waste going to landfills by involving the role of the community in sorting out waste. In 2016, Surabaya had 240 waste bank units. The effort to reduce waste through waste banks in Surabaya was still relatively small at 0.55 tonnes/day. Waste reduction through waste bank needed to be improved so as to reduce the load of garbage accumulation in the landfill site. Currently, South Surabaya has 60 waste banks, though only very few of those waste bank units are still operating. This research was conducted to determine the potential for waste reduction that could be done through the development of waste banks in South Surabaya. The STELLA 9.1.3 dynamic program was used to predict the potential waste reduction through the development of waste banks in the next 10 years.
|IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
|Published - 10 Jun 2020
|Joint International Conference on Civil, Environmental, and Geo Engineering 2019, JIC-CEGE 2019 - Surabaya, Indonesia
Duration: 1 Oct 2019 → 2 Oct 2019
- community participation
- system dynamic
- waste bank