Sanitation for Resident of Neglasari Districts

Through provision of better public service, the project is expected to slowly improve the sanitation of the Neglasari District where this landfill is located. Currently, the limited waste-water management and open landfill have contributed to the poor health conditions and low productivity of the residents and farmers due to various sanitation-related diseases, including high typhoid cases albeit being closest to the Indonesia’s capital city.


The Project is expected to control and counter these negative environmental impacts. This help to build a foundation to foster a healthy community environment and economic growth, helping to meet Indonesia’s MDG target.


Work Opportunities in a new sector

The Project with it’s labor-intensive Material Recycling Facilities will add additional 400+ job openings for professional, skilled operators, and workers. This helps to create snow-balled economy in this industrial city. The Project will become a new economic driver, first of its kind, in City of Tangerang as well as in Indonesia.


This waste-to-energy project have been carefully conceptualized to include the participation of the recycling industry. Less than 30% of incoming waste are destined for combustion, and material re-utilization in various forms: building materials, recyclables, soil conditioners, are expected to be significant


Renewable Power and Climate Protection Impacts

The Project generates power from both combustion of plastic-rich fractions and decomposition of food-wastes into water and biogas. The project is expected to export between 30-35MW of these new and renewable power, and displace the coal-dominated grid power.


Through the capture of methane into biogas, the project is expected to avoid 12 million ton CO2 during its 25 years lifetime.