Find out more about Project STOP’s progress, new city partnerships and collaboration partners.
More than 133,500 people reached with sustainable waste management services in three coastal cities
Multistakeholder partnership to reduce marine plastic waste by 2025 . Project STOP completed Two Materials Recovery Facilities in Pasuruan
Anik, our Community Development Officer in Muncadescribes how Project STOP works in a way that takes every part of waste management into account – from the scientific to the psychological.
Siegwerk joins Project STOP to combat plastic pollution
Project STOP and Alliance to End Plastic Waste Aim to Ensure 150,000 people in the Jembrana have a formal waste management system for the first time
Project STOP - Pengumuman Tender: Pengadaan Konveyor untuk TPST di Jembrana dan Pasuruan
Launching on 16 June: “Leave No Trace”, features three research teams, which highlights 45 pioneering waste and recycling organisations from India, Indonesia, Brazil and Chile, to capture practical solutions for…
Today, the regional government of Pasuruan in East Java boosted its commitment to reduce ocean plastic leakage by allocating two hectares of land for Project STOP to establish a Material…
The Jembrana Regency today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to welcome to the community Project STOP, an initiative dedicated to ending ocean plastic pollution by creating sustainable circular waste…
Indonesia – 14 January 2020 – HP Inc. in Indonesia today announces its partnership with Project STOP, an initiative that creates circular waste management systems to reduce ocean plastic pollution.…
We welcome Borouge as a new strategic partner to help us prevent ocean plastic leakage.
Alliance to End Plastic Waste Joins Project STOP to Help Tackle Plastic Waste in the Environment in Indonesia.