1. Environmental Stewardship: Foster a company-wide commitment to environmental stewardship by instilling a deep understanding of the impact of construction waste on the environment. Encourage employees to take personal responsibility for waste reduction and emphasize the importance of sustainable practices in all aspects of their work.

2. Education and Training: Provide comprehensive education and training programs for all employees, from project managers to construction workers, on waste reduction strategies and sustainable construction practices. Promote awareness of the environmental consequences of construction waste and empower employees with the knowledge and skills to minimize waste throughout the construction process.

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3. Empowerment and Ownership: Encourage employees at all levels to take ownership of waste reduction initiatives. Empower them to identify opportunities for improvement, suggest innovative solutions, and implement waste reduction measures. Create an environment where employees feel valued and supported in their efforts to contribute to the company’s waste reduction goals.

4. Collaboration and Communication: Foster a collaborative culture where open communication and idea sharing are encouraged. Establish channels for employees to share best practices, success stories, and challenges related to waste reduction. Encourage cross-departmental collaboration to leverage collective knowledge and expertise in finding effective waste reduction strategies.

5. Recognition and Rewards: Recognize and reward employees who demonstrate exceptional commitment to waste reduction and sustainability. Celebrate achievements and milestones in waste reduction goals, both individually and as a team. Create a culture that values and appreciates employees’ contributions toward a sustainable future.

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6. Continuous Improvement: Cultivate a culture of continuous improvement by regularly evaluating waste reduction practices and seeking innovative solutions. Encourage employees to think creatively and explore new technologies and methodologies that can further enhance waste reduction efforts. Embrace a mindset of learning from mistakes and implementing lessons learned to continuously improve waste management processes.

7. Community Engagement: Extend the commitment to waste reduction beyond the company’s boundaries by actively engaging with the local community. Participate in initiatives that promote sustainability, support local recycling programs, and collaborate with organizations and communities to drive positive change in waste management practices.

Our Team


Mutiara Eka Puspita



Enjerika Kristivani



Reyza Dwi Fajar Mulya

Direktur Operasional


Ochahya Septara Virgy



Naufal Akbar



Muhammad Rafli Tresnadi