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Preparation of Regulations

 

1. Law Number 18 Year 2008 Concerning Waste Management

InSWA is one of the organizations that agrees that Indonesia must have a Law on Waste Management. Prior to 2008, regulations regarding solid waste were separated into different regulations and put more emphasis on final processing. Since 2005, InSWA has conducted a series of workshops and discussion forums to increase knowledge and awareness of the importance of having waste management regulations. This advocacy does not only involve the Ministry but also involves the national parliament and the media.
In May 2008, Law Number 18 Year 2008 was passed. The law has an emphasis on the paradigm of reducing waste and recycling from the source.

Years: 2005 - 2008
Location: Jakarta (National Level)
Parties involved: Ministry of Environment.

 

2. Formulation of National Solid Waste Management Policies and Strategies

In 2011, InSWA was asked to help develop a National Solid Waste Management Policy and Strategy. As mandated by Law Number 18 of 2008 concerning Solid Waste Management, Indonesia needs to have a national strategy for waste management. InSWA responded to the request and was assisted by the Ministry of Environment to formulate a National Policy and Strategy for Waste Management. A joint team from InSWA and the Ministry of Environment is tasked with formulating policies, a series of discussions, and public consultations to refine the strategy.

Year 2011
Location: Jakarta (National Level)
Parties involved: Ministry of Environment

 

3. Draft Government Regulations Concerning Specific Waste Management
Specific waste management is a mandate from Law Number 18 of 2008 concerning Waste Management. In this Law, specific waste must be regulated in a Government Regulation. There are six specific types of waste, namely (1) waste containing toxic and hazardous materials, (2) liquid waste containing hazardous and toxic materials, (3) waste arising from disasters, (4) demolition buildings or debris, (4) ) waste that cannot be processed technologically, and / or (5) waste that does not arise periodically.

In the preparation of this Government Regulation, InSWA is asked to be an expert with the following tasks: (i) Preparation of academic papers as input in preparing the basis for scientific regulations, (ii) Preparing draft Government Regulations and (iii) Discussion through group discussions, meetings

Specific waste management is a mandate from Law No. 10 of 2008 on Waste Management. In this law, specific waste must be regulated in a Government Regulation (PP). There are specific types of waste, namely (1) waste containing toxic and hazardous materials, (2) waste containing toxic and hazardous waste, (3) waste arising from disasters, (4) building demolition debris, (5) waste technologically unable to be processed, (6) waste that does not arise periodically.

In the preparation of this PP, InSWA was asked as an expert with the following tasks: (1) preparation of an academic paper as input for preparing a scientific basis, (2) preparing a draft PP and (3) discussion through group discussions, professional meetings and experts in order to accommodate the aspirations of professionals and experts in order to accommodate the aspirations and input of various parties for the improvement of the draft Government Regulation.

Year: 2011 - 2012
Location: Jakarta (National Level)
Parties involved: Ministry of Environment