The local government policy strategy in managing waste at the coastal region of central Maluku district
by Nurlita Pertiwi; Gufran Darma Dirawan; Wa Karmila
International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making (IJEPDM), Vol. 1, No. 4, 2015

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to design strategy for government policy on waste management in the coastal region of Central Maluku district. The primary data has been taken by using questionnaire of expert judgment and analysed by using analytical hierarchy process (AHP). The results showed the waste management policy in the coastal region of Central Maluku district developed and implemented by collaboration approach between local government, community and private sector. The most dominant role held by the local government which is Environmental Department Office in the implementation of waste management strategy. Furthermore, the scenario that chosen for community participation is the reduction volume of waste. The strategy can be done by improving people's knowledge, motivation and ability to reduce, reuse and recycle of waste.

Online publication date: Tue, 16-Feb-2016

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