Government Policy Revitalization Model in the Zero Waste Concept of Community Participation-Based Urban Waste Management in Purwokerto - Central Java - Indonesia.


  • Edy Suyanto
  • Soetji Lestari
  • Rilli Windiasih
  • Tri Rini Widyastuti
  • Tri Wuryaningsih
  • Solahuddin Kusumanegara


Policy; zero waste management; participation


The Government of Banyumas Regency has implemented waste processing technology to minimize the amount of waste (zero waste) with an Integrated Waste Treatment Facility (TPST), Hangar System, Salinmas and Jeknyong aplication, but it has not been successful and requires community participation. The government policy model for waste management at the Purwokerto City Recycling Center needs to be developed so that it can answer and solve the problems faced. This study aims to (1) Formulate a government policy revitalization model in waste management with zero-waste concept based on community participation in Purwokerto City with a hangar system and Recycling Centers based on the Salinmas and Jeknyong programs to support Banyumas as a zero waste regency, (2) Find the obstacles faced by the community in waste management through the Salinmas and Jeknyong-based Recycling Center hangar system to support Banyumas as a zero waste and green city. The research uses quantitative methods. Respondents included academics, bureaucrats, Regional Legislative Councils, Community Sponsored Groups, Recycling Center administrators, Environmental Agency, the community, and waste bank administrators, using a purposive sampling technique and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The results show that existing government policies regarding waste are considered to pay little attention to sustainable environmental management aspects. The government policy model in waste management with zero waste concept based on community participation consists of three sub-models, namely (1) the population sub-model; (2) the household waste volume sub-model, and (3) the community participation sub-model. These three sub-models are then integrated into the community participation model in waste management as an effort to minimize the amount of household waste disposed of in the Recycling Center. Thus, it can extend the life of the Recycling Center, reduce environmental pollution, and zero waste. Obstacles that arise are inter-agency coordination at the planning stage is still not optimal, and sectoral ego.