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?
The culinary business needs to redefine their waste policy, especially since the sector is a prime contributor of waste. The Say Yes to Less campaign invites all related stakeholders to take action now.
To support your effort in sorting waste, Waste4Change provides Zero Waste to Landfill service—a waste management system which implements waste segregation.
NOW! Jakarta joined Jakarta Less Waste Initiative to visit the TPST Bantar Gebang, Bekasi and spread the news on how critical our waste problem is.
NOW! Jakarta and Waste4Change invite all readers to increase our awareness regarding waste problems in our neighborhood.
Jakarta Less Waste Building Awards 2019 will be held from May to November 2019
This year, DKI Jakarta Provincial Governor is inviting people of Jakarta to increase waste reduction by 20% and waste handling by 80%.
Ian Price leads Y Waste, a digital donation platform aiming to reduce food waste and eliminate food insecurity.
According to Food Bank of Indonesia (FOI), at least 40 to 50 percent of students in Jakarta and Banten go to school hungry, disrupting their focus to study.
Oswar Mungkasa, Deputy Governor of Jakarta for Spatial Planning and Environment, talked to us about the city’s sustainability initiatives, waste programs and a brighter future.
One fine morning, 8 May, a commercial flight of Qantas Airways traveling from Sydney to Adelaide marked the success of the world’s first zero-waste flight.
At the first day of fasting, the treatment site has reported an additional 864 tonnes of waste daily 6,000 to 8,000 tonnes per day. Most of these are food and packaging waste.
Can we actually start earlier? What does it take to make responsible waste management our daily behaviour?
Sejauh Mata Memandang’s recent collection “Laut Kita” is a collective campaign to encourage people to protect the ocean from ecological crisis, which are getting polluted with plastic waste.
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
In raising awareness of waste in Indonesia, BritCham has created the new Inspiration Series with the topic of waste as the first edition.
Indonesia has a “waste emergency” and it's time to increase the awareness of the importance of reducing waste.
Waste4Change is a social enterprise providing waste management services from upstream to downstream.
Food Bank of Indonesia was set up to address the large gap between the sections of society that have limited access to food and those who waste it.
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.
One of the most modern problems of modern times is what to do with all the electronic trash (e-waste) produced every day in Jakarta and around the world.
Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia and TPST 3R Seminyak launched Learning Centre to foster public knowledge of and encourage participation in waste management in Bali.
RefillMyBottle project launched recently and with a crowdfunding campaign, raised USD 6,000 to build an application that helps users find refill stations