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Research Paper | Energy Materials and Sustainability | Indonesia | Volume 12 Issue 6, June 2023
Constrains in Developing Waste - to - Energy In-stallations in Indonesia
Abstract: The problem of waste management in Indonesia is still a big issue that has not been fully resolved, especially in urban areas. Although the Waste Management Law has been enacted since 2008 and many derivative regulations have been issued, it still does not solve the problems. Recently, the government's strategy has changed and focused on converting waste into electrical energy to accelerate the resolution of waste management problems. In the experience of developed countries, converting waste into energy is a very effective way of reducing the volume of waste. Regulations were made to support this policy including Presidential Regulation. However, only one location was successfully constructed and commercially operated, and even then because development preparations had been carried out long before the issuance of the Presidential Regulation. Why these regulations are ineffective in encouraging related parties to develop waste management installations into electricity. Maybe there are still many risks to face by developers. The answer to these questions will be obtained through this research. The risk data will be collected through the parties related to the construction of the waste - to - energy installation. Based on the risk data, the mitigation is compiled by more comprehensive articles in New President Regulations.
Keywords: Regulations, Acceleration, Waste, Electricity, Risk
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 6, June 2023,
Pages: 2231 - 2237