PROJECT STOP

OVERVIEW

Launched in 2017 at the Our Ocean conference in Malta, the first Project STOP city partnership is in Muncar, a coastal fishing community in Banyuwangi, Indonesia. With minimal waste services in place, the majority of citizens are forced to dump their waste directly into the environment. Muncar was chosen as the first STOP location due to the seriousness of the challenge, coupled with strong leadership and environmental commitment at national, regency and local levels.

According to a recent community survey, households here generate roughly 40 tons of waste per day, while 90% of the community is without waste services. Through Project STOP, an increasing number of Muncar households and business are receiving waste collection and recycling processing, some for the first time.

Muncar
PROJECT STOP

IMPACT STORIES

PROJECT STOP

BENEFITS TO DATE

+30,000 people served with waste management collection, most for the first time

60 full time jobs created

1,800 tons of waste (of which 300 tons of plastic) collected

Our Goal: Zero leakage of waste into the environment, grow local employment and provide replicable solutions and innovations for other cities.

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