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     Due to the role the ecosystem to the capital city DKI Jakarta, Bogor Regency is categorized as a national strategic area with ecological integrity components that must be maintained. Response to that, Settlement and Housing Department of west Java Province will develop a Regional Waste Management in Nambo Village and Lulut Village, Klapanunggal Subdistrict, Bogor Regency. The Regional Waste Management is designed to serve the Bogor City, Bogor Regency, and Depok City.



Total area          : 2 916.58 km2 (027% area of west java Province)

Annual Rainfall  : 2 500 – 5 000 mm/year

Administrative Borders:

North    : Depok City

West    : Lebak and Tangerang Regency

East     : Bekasi and Karawang Regency

South   : Sukabumi and Cianjur Regency

Geographical Condition:

North     : Lowland

South    : Mountain

Climate type:

North    : type B (wet)

South   : type A (very wet)


Nambo Village and Llut Village, Klapanunggal Sub district, Bogor Regency


     Waste problems, especially in urban areas, is very important and hard to solve. Waste is a logical consequence of human existence as living beings. This shows that the waste will increase along with human activities. Industry in west Java particularly, has been growing rapidly It is undeniable that the development of technology and industry, if not balanced by the nature protection, will be harm full to environment. Therefore, real solution to industrial waste and garbage needed.

     In addition, household waste and industrial waste need of a very serious control to avoid seious dangers in the future. Waste management policy is set by governments to make sure there is no overlapping in bureaucratic management. Some policies are likely to affect the development of waste management are:

  • Undang-Undangn Nomor 24 tahun 1992, on Province Spatial Planning which is the implementation of the provisions of the National Spatial Planning
  • PP (Peraturan Pemerintah) Nomor 69 Tahun 1996, on the implementation of Rights and Responsibilities and Procedures and Form of Public Participation in the Spatial Planning settings
  • PP No. 10 tahun 2000, on Maps accuracy for regions.
  • Undang-Undangn Nomor 18 tahun 2008, on solid waste management
  • Peraturan Presiden Nomor 67 tahun 2005, on Government Cooperation in Infrastructure Provision
  • MoU between the Governor and the related Mayors/regents, signed on January 29, 2009 concerning regional solid waste management
  • Joint Decree of the Governor and the Mayors/ regents related, signed on January 29, 2009 to appoint regional waste management facilities


     This project will develop a sustainable solid waste treatment and final disposal system to improve solid waste management service in the Bogor City, Depok City, and Bogor Regency.

    The capacity of waste treatment facilities are 1 500 ton/ day, consist of sorting equipment, and organic and inorganic waste treatment plant. Residual waste after treatment should be disposed of less than 15% with a safe method. Waste treatment and disposal systems must comply with environmental protection and social responsibility rules.

     Required area for the project is about 100 ha, which is owned by Perhutani.


Construction of this project is expected to begin in 2015

  1. Provision of buildings and set-up the machine for organic and inorganic waste treatment plant
  2. Provision of sanitary landfill for residual waste process
  3. Managing treatment facilities and waste disposal


Population of 4 800 000 (2010)

An average of 1.99% Population Growth

Population density 1,967.75 inhabitants/ square km

  1. Clean Water

     Bogor district has a potential of high artesian located in Ciawi, Cibatok, and Cigombong, with aquifer thickness of 2 meters to 77 meters. Potential of average artesian located at the foot of Mount Salak and Mount Panrango. There is potential of low artesian in the eastern and the western region of Bogor, as well as near the peak of Mount Salak and Mount Pangrango. Potential artesian on the north slope of Mount Salak and Mount Pangrango have relatively permanent debit and is not affected by the seasons.

  1. Human Resource

     Agricultural Institute of Bogor (IPB) provides many faculties for agricultural studies, located in Bogor Regency. Available facilities at the Bogor area research centers, laboratories, and animal hospitals. Another prominent private university is the University of Juanda that is located in Ciawi Subdistrict. While the number of job seekers (2013) by level of education can be seen strill dominated by the high school level, followed by graduated degree.

Education Level of Job Seeker in Bogor Regency


Source: Statistic Center of Bogor Regency

  1. Energy

     The potential of geothermal energy in Bogor regency is in the zone of Mount Salak and Mount Pangrango. Bogor also has geothermal resources in the Mount Salak, which is located in the middle of a protected forest. In stallation electric power from PLN covers all areas in the regency of Bogor.

  1. Industrial Zone

     Major industrial areas such as Sentul Industrial Zone Babakan Madang district, Cibinong Industrial Zone in the Kelapanunggal District, and Menara Permai Industrial Estate in Cileungsi Subdistrict.

  1. Service

     As an area near to Jakarta, facilities and infrastructures for the financial services and investment, health, education and other public facilities in Bogor relatively complete.

  1. Infrastructure

    Bogor regency is connected by Jagorawi and Cikampek Highway – Cipularang, the main route that supports the flow of traffic between Jakarta and Bandung

     The available railway line currently is in Parungpanjang Subdistric (route of Jakarta-Bogor- Sukabumi) and the Tenjo Sub district as part of the route of Jakarta – Merak – Citayam – Nambo.

  1. Telecommunication

Telephone services in Bogor Regency District are provided by PT. Telkom, which serve domestic customers, business, public telephones, and telephone booths (Wartel).


Investment cooperation schemes for investment projects offered are including:

  1. Public Private Partnership (PPP)
  2. Built Operation and Transfer (BOT)
  3. Built transfer and Operation (BTO)
  4. Concessions Periode, etc.


The cost of investment that is required approximately USD 40 million.