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FROM BUREAUCRACY TO COLLABORATION: A CASE STUDY OF COMMUNITY BASED WASTE MANAGEMENT IN BANYUMAS, CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA

JudulFROM BUREAUCRACY TO COLLABORATION: A CASE STUDY OF COMMUNITY BASED WASTE MANAGEMENT IN BANYUMAS, CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsRosyadi, Slamet, Swastha Dharma, and Irawan
Conference NameThe Second International Conference on Public Management (The 2nd ICPM)
Series TitlePublic Administration in the Time of Regional Change
Date Published05/2013
PublisherThailand
Conference LocationHilton Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand
KeywordsCollaboration, public participation, waste management
Abstract

In line with rapidly growing population in Indonesia, number of wastes resulted from household activities have been also increasing. However, this waste problem management relies on merely public bureaucracy intervention. As a consequence, the bureaucracy cannot handle a huge of amount of wastes. Instead, much of waste remains in rivers, open space, drainage, and other places. This fact shows that the problem of growing waste needs public participation. Based on our simulation using government reports particularly in Banyumas Regency as a case study, we found that community based waste management practices offered a prospective solution. Public participation at household level will encourage collaboration management to handle waste problems in Banyumas.

Short TitleFROM BUREAUCRACY TO COLLABORATION
SisipanUkuran
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