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Municipal solid waste material flow in Bali Province, Indonesia

  • I Made Wahyu Widyarsana
  • Enri Damanhuri
  • Elprida AgustinaEmail author
SPECIAL FEATURE: REGIONAL CASE STUDY 5th 3R International Scientific Conference (5th 3RINCs 2019)
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Abstract

A study of waste material flow was carried out in Bali Province to define, evaluate, and analyse the existing condition of waste management as a reference for improving solid waste services. In this paper, waste quantity in every chain of waste management was measured. Waste sampling, observation, and interviews were also conducted to build the material flow model. Around 4.2 million residents and 4.9 million tourists yearly generate waste of up to 822,555 tonnes/year, which is dominated by organic waste for around 65% ww (wet weight) and plastic waste for around 15.67% ww. Around 200,718 tonnes/year (24.40% ww) of waste is transported directly to the landfills and 235,418 tonnes/year (28.62% ww) is collected first at the transfer depos, before being transported to the landfill. As much as 39,566 tonnes/year (4.81% ww) of waste enters the 3R-Transfer Depo for recycling and around 47,030 tonnes/year (5.72% ww) enter the waste bank. Furthermore, due to the lack of integrated waste management, around 283,369 tonnes/year (34.45% ww) waste is illegally dumped into the environment. In the end, up to 444,679 tonnes/year (54.06% ww) of waste is processed in ten landfills which serve Bali Province.

Keywords

Solid waste management Bali Province Material flow 

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Acknowledgements

This research is funded by Research, Community Service, and Innovation Program (P3MI 2018)–ITB.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Civil and Environmental EngineeringBandung Institute of TechnologyBandungIndonesia

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