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Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island

by Perkumpulan Gelombang Hijau Indo Global (Greenwave NGO)
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island
Recycle Storages for 16 Villages of Java Island

Summary

Indonesia has been being the 2nd biggest plastic waster in the World. Those plastic waste mostly end up in the ocean. People in district Tulakan Pacitan East Java respond to this national and global problems by proactively sort their waste. Greenwave NGO helps 16 villages in district Tulakan of Pacitan regency in East Java Indonesia by educates people, invites 2 Consultants and plans to build 26 Recycle Storages. By donating to this project you save the planet earth from the household level.

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8
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Challenge

Tulakan district is out of the service of Waste Transportation Trucks from the Environmental Agency in Pacitan Regency. People in 16 villages in Tulakan recently sort their waste at home on "waste sorting bags"/"recycle bags" made by themselves. They hope to put those anorganic waste on the right cycle, yet the absence of further infrastructure is being one of the big obstacles to follow through their efforts properly. Accumulation of sorted waste in their home creates new problems.

Solution

Greenwave NGO helps 16 villages of Tulakan district by provides free seminars and workshops, and to build a recycle storage for each Village's Trash Bank, 6 schools, 2 traditional markets, and 2 tourism objects. People can send their sorted waste from home to the recycle storages. Recycle-able will be distributed and proccesed into economic products, hazardous to be distributed to special handlers and residual to be sent to the sanitary landfill. It provides villagers ecofriendly business.

Long-Term Impact

In this Environmental Workers Social Community project, Greenwave NGO invites 2 Consultants from Oxford Development Consultancy to do environmental research, eccopreneural research and evaluate this pilot project wich has been being implemented since January of 2019. Greenwave NGO hopes to take lessons from the pilot project and implement it in other 11 of 12 districts of Pacitan Regency started from June 2019 up to December of 2020, and further to be implemented entire of Republic Indonesia.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.greenwave.ngo
Greenwave NGO approached Government
Greenwave NGO and Oxford Development Consultancy
Shocking Footage Of Plastic Waste in Indonesia
Indonesia the 2nd biggest marine pollutant

Organization Information

Perkumpulan Gelombang Hijau Indo Global (Greenwave NGO)

Location: Pacitan - Indonesia
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @greenwave_ngo
Project Leader:
Webri Veliana
Pacitan, East Java Indonesia

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