: A survey research was conducted in 2012 in the Pilot Project of Zero Waste Zone. The purpose of this research was to identify the initial characteristics of community knowledge, attitude, and behavioral manifestations towards waste. The data of this survey was analyzed quantitatively. The results of the analysis signified high rate of the average level of community knowledge in household waste management (78), high rate of public attitude (80), and medium rate of public behavioral manifestations (60). The highest factor that effectively contributes toward community behavioral manifestations was active community participation which indirectly affects attitude through knowledge.