Masaro is implemented in two areas in West Java, Cilegon and Indramayu. INAPLAS is working with its members: Chandra Asri and Polytama to implement community based zero waste management. the project includes advocacy to the local communities to separate their waste at home, segregated waste collection, connecting high value plastic products for recycling, and an incineration plan to turn low value plastic into fuel.
During its implementation, the projects have successfully reduced the flow of waste to the landfills, and center it in specific designated locations locally known as waste bank and temporary waste transfer facility. In these facilities, high value plastic waste is diverted to recycling, organic waste is managed through composting/fertilizer, and low value plastic processed for fuel.