In Indonesia, organic waste takes roughly 65% of the generated waste and inorganic waste, such as plastic and synthetic fabric shreds, follows with approximately 20%. Even though inorganic waste contributes less to the total waste in Indonesia, it is non-biodegradable and difficult to treat. In addition, due to the current excessive use of plastic materials, the negative effect of inorganic waste is further amplified. Therefore, it becomes our primary concern. Despite the social and environmental problems incurred by this type of waste, it actually offers a very great business opportunity.