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Community Empowerment in Waste Management through Waste Bank Program in Tabanan Regency

I Wayan Wahyu Adiatmika, Umar Nain

Abstract: This study is intended to collect data and then analyze it to obtain results that can provide an overview of community empowerment in waste management through the waste bank program, describe what factors are inhibiting and supporting factors, as well as the efforts made in overcoming these factors. The theoretical basis used in this research is the theory of community empowerment by (Mardikanto & Soebito, 2018). The four aspects in this theory include human development, business development, environmental development, and institutional development. The research design used in this study is a qualitative research using descriptive methods. Data collection techniques used three ways, namely, interviews, observation, and documentation. The data that has been collected is analyzed starting from data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. This research was conducted in Tabanan Regency. From the results of this study, it can be concluded that community empowerment in waste management through waste banks in Tabanan Regency has been implemented. However, there are still obstacles in implementing the program. Therefore, researchers provide suggestions to further intensify education to the community, continue to build good relations with vendors, and continue to pay attention to the condition of waste management facilities and infrastructure.
Keywords: waste management / waste bank / Tabanan Regency / empowerment in waste / community empowerment

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