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Implementation of Waste Management Policy to Realize Sustainable Development (Case study: SILOPAH PROGRAM in Semarang Regency)

Supratiwi, Supratiwi and Yuwanto, Yuwanto and kushandajani, kushandajani (2022) Implementation of Waste Management Policy to Realize Sustainable Development (Case study: SILOPAH PROGRAM in Semarang Regency). In: International Conference Proceeding ICISPE Universitas Diponegoro 22 EMBRACING GLOBAL TRANSFORMATION: COLLABORATIVE INNOVATIONS TROUGH SOCIAL AND POLITICAL RESEARCH 7-8 SEPT 2022. ICISPE Fisip Undip, Semarang. ISBN ISSN 2593-7650 (Submitted)

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The waste problem in Semarang Regency is increasing yearly, and its condition is critical. The
Semarang Regency Government carries out various waste management policies; one of them is launching the
SILOPAH (Indonesian: Sistem Informasi Pengelolaan Sampah; English: Waste Management Information
System) program in 2021. SILOPAH is an application that displays distribution information, waste
management performance, activities, and Semarang Regency Waste Bank products continuously and in real
time. The purpose of this study is to analyze the implementation of the waste management policy supporting
sustainability through the SILOPAH program. This research uses George Edwards III's theory of policy
implementation; with descriptive qualitative methods. The findings showed that waste management policies
through the SILOPAH program in Semarang Regency have not succeeded in reducing waste problems in
Semarang Regency.Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs), especially in terms of realizing a comfortable
city with good waste management, cannot yet be realized. Many obstacles are encountered in its
implementation; among others, it can be seen from the communication factors that still have to be improved;
especially the socialization of DLH (Environmental Office) to the community. From attitude/disposition
factors: Environmental Office's commitment is quite good, but waste bank assistance needs improvement. The
resource factor is still minimal, such as the lack of number & capacity of Environmental Office employees,
small budget, and limited infrastructure (computers/laptops, networks, etc.) Meanwhile, from the factors of
bureaucratic structure, the Environmental Office already has SILOPAH SOP (Standard Operation Procedure);
but the implementation is still not optimal. Further policies are required; SILOPAH only displays the waste
condition database. For this reason, the government's commitment needs to be improved; by changing the way
of thinking paradigm from a priority on economic interests to better attention on the environmental sector,
including waste management.
Keywords: policy implementation, waste management, sustainable development

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Social Science and Political Science
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Sciences > Department of Government Science
Depositing User: diana nirwani
Date Deposited: 13 Oct 2023 01:18
Last Modified: 13 Oct 2023 01:18

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