A Bi-Perspective Positioning of Household Waste Transfer Points for Boyolali Regency, Central Java, Indonesia
This article deals with the positioning of household waste transfer points from the perspective of minimising total number of transfer points and covering all the waste generators, respectively, as a response to growing importance of household waste management issue. By taking Boyolali Regency, Central Java, Indonesia, as an example, the problem is formulated as an MILP, is approached with a modified set covering method, and finally is solved by using software LINGO 11. The article concludes that the 13 selected transfer points are able to serve the 35units of waste generators in the year of 2016. In case of 50% increase of waste volume, the conclusion remains the same, given 50% increase of the 13 transfer points’ capacity.