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Waste Processing Sites in Banyuwangi Waste Exports 6 Ton to Austria

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“From this waste management activity, Every month we get an average turnover of almost IDR 80 million/month,” he added.

Waste management in Muncar started with the residents of Bawah Village who created a TPS 2016. On 2018, The Norwegian government together with the Borealis corporation from Austria supports the NGO Systemiq to provide assistance to the people of Muncar District, which is named Project STOP.

Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs & Investment, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan visited this location in 19 March 2022 then. According to Luhut, Circular-based waste management deserves to be developed more widely.

Nungki added that this program has reached out 7.500 KK from four villages in Muncar. One of the effects, he said, There is no longer any flooding in the village.

“In the past, every time it rained, it would flood because the river mouths and drainage were clogged with rubbish. But now it is flood free, because no one throws rubbish into the river or sewer. Village officials also support what we do. The Village Head even requires residents who will handle letters at the village office to have a Yellow Card (village waste contribution card),said Nungki.

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