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Indonesia: Guide and Recommendations: How to Promote Reusable Packaging in Food Delivery and Takeaway in Bahasa Indonesia

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Based on examples from Asia and Europe, this guide provides orientation and practical examples for businesses and policymakers about how reusable packaging can celebrate its come-back and contribute to cost savings, waste prevention and healthier air, soil, water, and marine environments. Part 1 offers insights into business models and practices while Part 2 summarises public policies and includes a list of recommendations as well as policy examples from different countries in Asia and Europe. Relevant actors from business and public sectors can now promote reusable packaging using this guideline that has been translated into Bahasa Indonesia.

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How to promote reusable packaging in food delivery and takeaway? Our guide provides orientation and practical examples for businesses and policymakers based on examples from Asia and Europe.

Thailand: Guideline for reducing single-use plastics (Thai)

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The guideline summarises steps to reduce single-use plastics in food delivery and takeaway for restaurants and cafés.  

The guideline summarises steps to reduce single-use plastics in food delivery and takeaway for restaurants and cafés.  

Thailand: Guideline for reducing single-use plastics (English)

pdf: https://rethinkingplastics.eu/media/acfupload/guideline-for-reducing-single-use-plastics-en-oct-2022.pdf
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The guideline summarises steps to reduce single-use plastics in food delivery and takeaway for restaurants and cafés.  

The guideline summarises steps to reduce single-use plastics in food delivery and takeaway for restaurants and cafés. 

Project Results in Thailand (Thai)

pdf: https://rethinkingplastics.eu/media/acfupload/brochure-project-results-in-thailand-th-Oct-2022.pdf
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What has happened during the implementation of “Rethinking Plastics” in Thailand? The brochure has answers and provides an overview of topics, voices, results, findings and recommendations of “Rethinking Plastics” and its pilot projects in Rayong, Koh Libong/Trang, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phuket and Bangkok.

The brochure summarises topics, voices, results, findings and recommendations of the “Rethinking Plastics” implementation in Thailand.

Project Results in Thailand (English)

pdf: https://rethinkingplastics.eu/media/acfupload/brochure-project-results-in-thailand-en-oct-2022.pdf
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What has happened during the implementation of “Rethinking Plastics” in Thailand? The brochure has answers and provides an overview of topics, voices, results, findings and recommendations of “Rethinking Plastics” and its pilot projects in Rayong, Koh Libong/Trang, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phuket and Bangkok.

The brochure summarises topics, voices, results, findings and recommendations of the “Rethinking Plastics” implementation in Thailand.

Philippines: EPR Options for Packaging in the Philippines – Report

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The reports examines EPR-related legislation and measures of selected countries This is followed by a discussion of the current legal, policy, and institutional landscape on waste management in the Philippines, including the recently enacted EPR law. The report’s framework of analysis includes several enabling conditions for EPR success in the country. It concludes with a presentation of the recommended options for EPR schemes for different types of plastic packaging.

The reports examines EPR-related legislation and measures of selected countries and in the Philippines.

Philippines: EPR Options for Packaging in the Philippines – Policy Brief

pdf: https://rethinkingplastics.eu/media/acfupload/epr-policy-brief.pdf
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The Republic Act 11898, or the EPR Act of 2022, represents a step forward in the Philippines’ fight against plastic pollution. This amendment to RA 9003 formally institutionalizes a mandatory Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) system for the country, with specific measures prescribed for plastic packaging waste. It builds on a comprehensive set of national policies and laws on solid waste management and pollution. The policy brief provides an initial analysis and assessment of the EPR Act of 2022 and identifies options that plastic producers may adopt for specific packaging types. These proposals are informed by studies and reports on waste management, EPR, and circular economies in the Philippines, and consider available infrastructure, the implementation of relevant solid waste management policies, and the uptake of voluntary actions from plastic producers and consumers. Lastly, recommendations are made towards the full implementation of mandatory EPR in the country, and how this can contribute to improving solid waste management systems as a whole.

The policy brief provides an initial analysis and assessment of the Philippine EPR Act of 2022 and identifies options that plastic producers may adopt for specific packaging types.

Project Results in Indonesia: An Overview (Bahasa Indonesia)

pdf: https://rethinkingplastics.eu/media/acfupload/Rethinking_Plastics_Booklet_IDN_Final.pdf
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What has happened during the implementation of “Rethinking Plastics” in Indoneisa? The brochure has answers and provides an overview of topics, voices, results, findings and recommendations of “Rethinking Plastics” and its pilot projects in Semarang, Malang, Tegal, Bandung, Banjarmasin, Lombok and Sorong.

In addition, you can watch a summary video on the activities in Indonesia here.

The brochure summarises topics, voices, results, findings and recommendations of the “Rethinking Plastics” implementation in Indonesia.

Project Results in Indonesia: An Overview (English)

pdf: https://rethinkingplastics.eu/media/acfupload/Rethinking_Plastics_Booklet_IDN_English_Final.pdf
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What has happened during the implementation of “Rethinking Plastics” in Indoneisa? The brochure has answers and provides an overview of topics, voices, results, findings and recommendations of “Rethinking Plastics” and its pilot projects in Semarang, Malang, Tegal, Bandung, Banjarmasin, Lombok and Sorong.

In addition, you can watch a summary video on the activities in Indonesia here.

The brochure summarises topics, voices, results, findings and recommendations of the “Rethinking Plastics” implementation in Indonesia.