Call for Proposal: Conducting Brand Audit of Plastic Waste in Ciliwung River Across Jakarta, Depok, and Bogor

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Call for Proposal: Conducting Brand Audit of Plastic Waste in Ciliwung River Across Jakarta, Depok, and Bogor


Background

WWF’s No Plastic in Nature (WWF NPIN) initiative was founded in 2018 and its goal is to stop leakage of plastic by 2030. The initiative is driven by 3 Pillars: Policy, Markets and Cities. With institutional funding and charitable giving, WWF is working on city projects in plastic hotspots in Southeast Asia with a key focus on city policy, collection and waste management systems, entrepreneurial innovation and citizen science. WWF NPIN initiative works on projects in Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, China and Hong Kong. One of the programs which is currently running by WWF-Indonesia is to encourage the private sector to implement best practices of plastic reduction and plastic waste management in three focal cities including Jakarta, Depok, and Bogor.

In order to better understand and communicate the problem of plastic pollution, a plastic waste brand audit is commonly undertaken to identify the plastic that is polluting our environment. Plastic waste brand audit is also a way to identify the original producer of the plastic and hold the producers accountable and responsible for their plastic production. Under WWF NPIN initiative, the implementation of Extended Producers Responsibility by influential companies is one of the main activities that WWF-Indonesia is currently promoting among the private sector and other relevant stakeholders in Indonesia. Through an analysis of plastic waste brand audit, WWF-Indonesia encourages companies to take a stepwise approach on how they can reduce the use of plastic in their products as well as managing their plastic waste both during the production process (pre consumption) and right after being consumed (post consumption) in order to prevent the leakage of plastic waste to the environment.

Duration

The duration of the contract will be from August 2022 to November 2022.

How To Apply

The application should be a maximum of 5-page proposal, which includes:

    Company description
    Relevant project references (with copies or online links, to at least two relevant projects)
    Proposed methodology, workplan and milestone
    Project team
    Proposed budget and timeline per activity

    Additionally, interested candidates must submit:
    CVs of key experts
    Legality documents (akta pendirian, akta perubahan, SK Kemenkumham terkait akta, NPWP, SKT, SPPKP, nomor rekening perusahaan)

    Please send the application as an e-mail, with attachments, to [email protected], cc: [email protected] Applications will be accepted until July 27, 2022 23:59 (GMT+7) and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. WWF reserves the right not to accept any tenders submitted.

    For other information such as Goal, Scope of Work, Deliverables, Qualifications, Activities & Timeline, Funding, information, see the attached TOR.


     

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