Waste4Change Signs a Waste Management Project Worth IDR 250 billion
Agreed with seven companies including Sinar Mas and Indocement; plans to enter into e-waste, biodiesel waste, and furniture
Startups waste management Waste4Change is intensifying investment cooperation with various parties to encourage technology-based waste management projects. Therefore, Waste4Change announced a waste management partnership with seven companies with an estimated project value of IDR 250 billion.
This collaboration was signed through the signing of an MoU with PT Samudera Indonesia Tbk, PT Alam Bersih Indonesia, PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk, Sinar Mas Land, Basra Corporation, rePurpose Global, and Freepoint Commodities.
"These funds will be used to improve the quality and quantity of waste management in various areas. My hope is that Waste4Change can continue to grow and become the right partner to develop green investment in the waste sector," said Founder and CEO of Waste4Change Mohamad Bijaksana Junerosano in the inauguration of RPM Waste4Change Bekasi 2.0, Wednesday (8/3).
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