ZONATION STUDY AND WASTE MANAGEMENT MODELS IN ORDER TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, KUPANG CITY
In 2015, the City of Kupang was able to manage 36% of the waste generated by the residents of Kupang
City. Still far from the target set by the Government through Permen PU Number 21 Year 2006, which is 70%.
This research aims to arrange the zoning of waste collection and transportation, zoning of the level of waste
services based on the physical criteria of the region and evaluating the suitability of the pattern of waste services
organized by the Kupang City government with the physical criteria of the region and to compile a waste
management model according to zoning. Zoning is obtained by mapping the physical criteria of waste collection
patterns which are then overlaid using the Geographic Information System tool. The results showed that the
zoning collection and transportation of waste results of the study in the BWK Region II and III of Kupang City
can be applied zoning patterns of collecting and transporting individual waste directly, indirectly and indirectly
communally. While the service level zoning study results can be divided into three waste management zones.
There is a difference / discrepancy between the existing conditions of the collection of waste transportation
organized by the City of Kupang with the zoning results of the pattern of collection and transportation of the
results of the study based on the physical criteria of the region in accordance with Indonesian National Standard
No. 19-2454-2002. The direct communal pattern as the current dominant pattern does not match the study results
pattern, namely the indirect and indirect communal patterns. The waste management model based on the results
of the zoning assessment can be done based on waste segregation and management based on zoning collection,
transportation and service levels.
Keywords: zoning, garbage collection, garbage transportation, garbage services, Kupang city
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