OUR MISSION

Geo Trash Management’s (GTM) mission is to deliver scalable, decentralized circular waste to energy solutions that positively and sustainably impact community health and environmental conservation.

 

GTM is committed to opening infrastructure investment opportunities in 10 new plastic and organic waste to energy facilities over the next 3 years.

OUR TARGETS

FUNDING THROUGH PARTNERSHIP AND FOREIGN INVESTMENT

Demonstration that decentralized circular waste management facilities are functional, profitable and create clean communities and new job opportunities.

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COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL FRAMEWORK

GTM builds Private Government Cooperation Agreements (PKS) with Provincial Governments as the Host and Project Guarantor for secure collaboration.

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PARTNERSHIP WITH LOCAL CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING COMPANIES 

Become the leader in the decentralised waste to energy market segment in SE Asia by 2030 through prosperous business synergies.

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The Minister on Internal Affairs touring our pyrolysis demonstration unit
GTM's manager director demonstating waste to resource technology
A tour of Geo Trash Management's Facility

OUR COMMITMENT

Driven by a commitment of continuous improvement from the beginning, GTM embraces Extensive Research & Development.

 

To date, GTM has set up a 1 ton per day demonstration plant in Lombok that is fully operational and reaping impressive results.

 

In comparison to a 10 ton per day plant used in large-scale facilities, the machinery process and output is exactly the same only scaled down.

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The Pilot Project has demonstrated on a small scale, how the system is able to capture plastic waste at the source, diverting it from rivers and the ocean by linking new trash management systems with conventional collection methods.

 

Through this, GTM has shown how to stimulate a new economy for the community in waste plastic & organics.

GTM has proven that this world-class waste management system would be financially and economically viable across all provinces of Indonesia at a large scale (130+ tons per day).

 

Simultaneously, GTM has proven that the small-scale facility is also viable (1 ton per day), with a view to supply micro systems to remote islands and regencies.