Model Implementation of Community-Based Waste Bank Management Policy in Bekasi City Through Mentality, Systems, And Networking Approach


  • Iwan Satibi ,Sugiono ,Didi Turmudzi


implementation model, political forces, Waste Bank management


The implementation model of community-based Waste Bank management policies in Bekasi City has not run effectively, so it has not been fully able to support optimal waste management. The purpose of the research is to analyze the implementation model of the Waste Bank management policy, which is analyzed based on three factors, namely the mentality approach, systems and networks/networking (MSN) as well as examining the strategy for implementing community-based Waste Bank management policies in Bekasi City. The research method used by the researcher is descriptive analysis, with the type of research being qualitative. The study results can be seen that the implementation model of Waste Bank management policies based on mentality, systems, and networks/networking management in community-based Waste Bank management in Bekasi City has not run effectively enough. However, the absolute number of community members who use waste reduction facilities (Waste Banks) has not met the SPM for the number of people who use waste reduction facilities. This shows that public participation in becoming a Waste Bank customer is still low. The low level of community participation also indicates that public awareness and behavior to sort and process waste is still lacking. The waste bank program is inseparable from community empowerment. Empowerment is an effort to improve people's lives by providing a controlling understanding of social, economic, and political forces.