Creating a Successful Legal Framework for Public-Private Partnerships in Indonesia: case study of Bantar Gebang Landfill

Laura Astrid HasiannaPurba

Department of Environment DKI Jakarta Provincial prioritizes waste management in the city. Waste treatment facilities for Waste Power Plant (PLTSa) or Intermediate Treatment Facility (ITF) in accordance with the Waste Management Jakarta Provincial Master Plan for 2012-2032. The PLTSa / ITF development aims to reduce waste about 80-90% of the total capacity of the amount of waste at each PLTSa / ITF.BantarGebang, Bekasi, WestJava is experiencing rapid urbanization with high population density, and there is an increasing need to better manage municipal solid waste (MSW). However, waste-to-energy (WTE) requires large upfront capital investment that can be provided by public–private partnership (PPP). The conditions for a national PPP policy and financing arrangement in Bantar Gebang can provide some lessons for other Asian countries seeking to invest in WTE plants. Indonesia were selected as case studies to explore the enabling environment for WTE.However, up to the moment The Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta has not been able to cooperate with foreign countries through PPP. Indonesia PPP framework has not shown satisfying results yet due to regulatory discrepancies within the country's institutions and other bottlenecks that are mentioned in this research section.This research is primarily a theoretical literature study based on an analysis of the law and policy relative to the operation of waste to energy PPPs in Indonesia. It focuses on key PPP rules on project selection, land acquisition, major entities in procurement, capital and risk allocation of projects, procurement procedures and dispute resolution.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 547-553

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201062