A waste bank Resik Mesari is an institution or facility aimed at collecting, managing, and processing waste into economically valuable materials. Waste banks implement organized systems for waste collection and processing, with the goal of reducing the amount of waste disposed of in landfills.

In general, waste banks serve as intermediaries between the community and the recycling industry. People can bring sorted waste to the waste bank, which then processes and sells the waste to recycling companies. Therefore, waste banks play an important role in reducing the amount of waste that pollutes the environment and in promoting the use of recycled materials. The waste bank circulation system is as follows

1. Identify the types of waste: Understand the types of waste accepted by Bank Sampah Resik Masari. The accepted types of waste include paper, plastic, metal, glass, and organic waste. Also, be aware of the types of waste that are not accepted, so you can separate them properly.

2. Select waste by category: After identifying the types of waste, separate them into different categories. For example, collect paper in one place, plastic in another, and metal in a separate container. This facilitates the processing and recycling process at the waste bank.

3. Clean the waste from bottle caps and labels: Before depositing the waste at Bank Sampah Resik Masari, make sure to clean it. Remove bottle caps, separate labels or stickers from packaging, and clean any food or beverage residues from the containers. Clean waste simplifies further processing.

4. Collect and weigh the waste: After properly separating and cleaning the waste, gather it in suitable containers or bags. Ensure that you weigh the waste using an accurate scale. Record the weight of each type of waste you are depositing.

5. Recording in the savings book: The weight of the weighed waste is recorded in the waste bank savings book to be exchanged for money according to the prevailing waste prices.