Household Food Waste in Indonesia: Macro Analysis

Deni Kusumawardani, Nur Aini Hidayati, Ana Martina, Kemala Sari Agusti, Yessi Rahmawati, Yessy Yuliana Amalia, Nurul Fitri Ramdaniyah

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The aim of this research is to examine the relationships between household food waste generation and its determinant Provincial level in Indonesia. The panel data are collected from 2019-2020 based on various sources which are the National Waste Management Information System (SIPSN), the Central Bureau of Statistic, and the website. The determinants of variables used consist of economic, socio-demographic, and governmental factors. Economic factors are represented by variables of per capita income. Meanwhile, the socio-demographic factors used are the number of populations, school participation rate, the amount of managed waste achievements for composting. Governmental factors conduct variable of regulations in managing household waste. The results of using panel regression showed that the variables which affect the household food waste are the level of per capita income, the number of populations, and school participation rate.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5651-5658
Number of pages8
JournalPolish Journal of Environmental Studies
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 2023


  • Indonesia
  • determinant
  • food waste
  • household
  • provincial level


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