STOP WASTE.

GO CIRCULAR.

Project STOP partners with cities to design, implement and scale circular economy solutions to stop plastic pollution.

December 2022 Impact

303,940
Population served with waste collection
333
Number of full time jobs created
41,002
Tonnes of waste collected since inception
33,329
Tonnes of environmental leakage stopped since inception
5,092
Tonnes of plastic collected since inception
4,206
Tonnes of plastic leakage stopped since inception

Collection coverage

The number of residents who have access to project STOP collection services across Project STOP cities.

Jobs created

Number of active full time jobs created across all STOP city partnerships. The jobs created consist of waste collection workers, material sorters, waste system management and administration.

Waste collection

Tonnes of waste collected by Project STOP collection operations and hotspot cleanups across Project STOP cities. All collected waste goes to a material processing center for sorting.

Environmental leakage stopped

The additional tonnes of waste collected that would have otherwise leaked into the environment from burning or illegal dumping. Essentially this metric is calculated from waste collection subtracted from the baseline waste collection rate prior to Project STOP start.

Plastic Collection

Tonnes of plastic collected by Project STOP collection operations and hotspot cleanups across Project STOP cities. All collected plastic goes to a material processing center for sorting.

Plastic Leakage Stopped

The additional tonnes of plastic collected that would have otherwise leaked into the environment from burning or illegal dumping. Essentially this metric is calculated from plastic collection subtracted from the baseline waste collection rate prior to Project STOP start.

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IMPACT STORIES

Since 2017, we have been working with businesses, government and the local community in Muncar Municipality, Banyuwangi Regency in East Java, Indonesia to create a comprehensive waste management system to stop environmental plastics leakage. In February 2022, Project STOP Muncar was handed over to the local government and community. Now, the project operates in two more cities, Pasuruan Regency in East Java and Jembrana Regency in Bali, and has started its expansion over the entire Banyuwangi Regency, East Java.

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LATEST NEWS

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Project STOP Celebrates Major Milestones to Stop Waste Leaking to the Environment in Indonesia

By the end of 2021, Project STOP provided waste collection to more than 260,000 people, created 226 jobs, and collected more than 20,000 tonnes of waste (around 2,350 tonnes of…
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Project STOP Muncar hands over the programme to the city government

Project STOP celebrates major milestone in the new year: its first city partnership in Muncar located in the Banyuwangi regency in East Java, has achieved all financial, governance and technical…
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Borealis Commits to Major Expansion of Project STOP

In the Fight Against Ocean Plastic, Project STOP Now Reaches More Than 200,000 People
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Project STOP 2020 impact

More than 133,500 people reached with sustainable waste management services in three coastal cities

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The Challenge
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THE CHALLENGE

Indonesia is the second largest contributor to ocean plastics. Today roughly 60% of Indonesia’s waste is collected by municipal management systems, with the rest burnt or dumped into the environment. The country currently consumes more than 6 million tons of plastic every year and is estimated to leak 1 million tons per year into the water.

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OUR APPROACH

The project partners with cities and government to build sustainable waste systems that eliminate leakage of plastics into the environment and ocean.

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