Analysis of infrastructure needs and operational systems for traditional market solid waste management (A case study on Makassar – Niaga Daya traditional market)
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment
Municipal authorities in developing countries face a challenge in managing solid waste. The challenging is mainly due to the increasing generation of waste that is not followed by the improvement of infrastructure and operational systems. The city of Makassar has also experienced the problem. Solid waste, especially in the traditional market, has not adequately managed, resulting in a complex waste management issue. The study is purposely to calculate the volume of solid waste generation and to
... e generation and to assess the infrastructure and management systems, including trash cans, collection, temporary solid waste disposal in the form of container and transportation. The results show as follows: The total volume of Niaga Daya's market solid waste is 9000 l/day. The infrastructure required is 600 pieces of trash cans in which every stall needs 1, four carts, and two containers, transporting solid waste once a day to landfill. Optimization solid waste operational activities will be maximized by adding the number of service rations, additional work time, adding labor, and increasing the number of temporary solid waste disposal and transportation.