Our Program


Societal socialization activities aim to enhance public awareness of waste separation right from its source. Through socialization, information and education are conveyed to the public regarding the significance of waste separation and its positive impact on the environment. This encourages individuals to become more conscious of recycling and waste reduction practices, thereby reducing environmental pollution.


School socialization activities aim to educate children about the importance of caring for the environment and waste separation. In this socialization, students will understand the negative impact of waste on the environment and learn waste separation practices to reduce waste and support conservation efforts. Thus, this activity encourages children to become more environmentally conscious and responsible in their daily actions related to waste.


Griya Luhu serves as a speaker to raise awareness in the community about the importance of waste separation at the source. Additionally, we provide information about our experiences and challenges encountered while managing waste in the community.

Community Assistance

Assisting and supporting communities in developing skills, knowledge, and awareness related to sustainable waste management.

Monitoring & Evaluation

An essential process conducted to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of waste management practices in an area, such as a village, business location, or school. Its primary goal is to ensure that waste management operates smoothly, sustainably, and in accordance with established targets


The service assists areas, such as local governments, companies, or communities, in designing and implementing waste management systems tailored to the specific conditions and circumstances of the area. We conduct analyses, provide recommendations, and assist in the development of efficient and sustainable solutions.

Waste Bank

The program involves the community in waste collection, segregation, and management. A waste bank assists in reducing waste, enhancing waste segregation, and providing additional income to participants. With this concept, waste is considered a reusable resource and not merely as something to be disposed of as waste.

Digital System

Technology platform services for automating, optimizing, and monitoring waste management processes. Using technology, waste management can become more efficient, transparent, and sustainable, enabling decision-making based on accurate data.


he Area Waste Management Service (JAGOAN) is a service offered to businesses such as hotels or restaurants, providing regular waste collection. Additionally, we encourage staff to segregate waste at the source. Both non-organic and organic waste are collected together with our partners.


The Residential Waste Collection Service (JAWARA) is a non-organic waste collection service for households and individuals. Coverage area: Gianyar Regency.


Kirim Sampah Jaga Alam (KIRIM SAJA) is a program offered to the entire community to send non-organic waste to Griya Luhu’s warehouse. Waste can be shipped through a courier service or brought directly to Griya Luhu.


Beli Sampah Jaga Alam (BELI SAJA) is a program offered to businesses, schools, and communities that have segregated non-organic waste. Griya Luhu purchases the collected waste.

Coverage Area: Gianyar, Klungkung, Karangasem.


A program where young participants, such as students or recent graduates, have the opportunity to work directly or participate in waste management-related projects. This program runs for 3 months. Internship details will be shared on Griya Luhu’s social media. Stay tuned!

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The program encourages the community to fill their leisure time by actively participating in Griya Luhu’s activities. Interested in becoming a volunteer? Join our WhatsApp group directly

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Griya Luhu is also actively engaged in research aimed at providing recommendations to stakeholders for better waste management in Indonesia, particularly in Bali.


Griya Luhu welcomes visits from various parties interested in learning about waste management, community behaviors, and more.