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Public-private partnerships in solid waste management in Indonesia: the need for technical regulation

Erwin Sondang Siagian, Asep Sumaryana, Ida Widianingsih and Heru Nurasa

Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2019, vol. 41, issue 4, 246-250

Abstract: This research note addresses public-private partnerships involving subnational governments and private business entities in solid waste management in Indonesia in accordance with Law No, 18 of 2008 and related legislation. The law seeks to overcome the negative impacts of solid waste management that are inconsistent with acceptable environmental and health-related methods and techniques. In doing so, it needs to be complemented by appropriate technical regulation of PPPs aimed at reducing significant obstacles to ensuring efficient and effective solid waste management.

Date: 2019
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