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The majority of BTN Banyuning Indah settlers are migrants with very heterogeneous livelihoods. This condition resulted in the settlers in housing is a producer of waste, especially inorganic waste and the biggest used goods in SingarajaCity. Waste management program will empower partners in creating new jobs in urban housing in the form of creative industries collectively through waste management. The knowledge that are transferred as the output targets in this program are: (1) the formation of 2 groups of household waste management and (2) the creation of 2 specifications of waste processing products into art products and home furnishings. IbM program is implemented with the pattern of coaching, training and mentoring to housewives in housing who will manage the waste. This waste management is carried out collectively and actively, so as to increase the productivity of empowered housewives in a creative household business.