With increasing economic growth and urbanization, it is estimated that the amount of waste in Indonesia will increase. One big player in the industrial sector is the energy procurement industry. This research was conducted to determine the generation of fly ash and bottom ash (FABA) in Indonesia using 3 (three) data approaches: (1) the industrial production capacity of the energy supply sector in the form of Steam Power Plants (SPP), (2) hazardous waste generation data in the Mining, Energy, Oil, and Gas (MEOG) Industry and (3) the hazardous waste generation data in the Manufacturing, Agro-industry, and Service (MAS) Industry, with the data obtained from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry. Furthermore, the FABA generation will be predicted until 2040, and the management of the waste will also be discussed. It is known that Indonesia’s SPP sector has a production capacity of 69,600,000 tonnes yr-1, with the waste factor for fly ash and bottom ash being 0.0653 and 0.0091 respectively. Thus, based on the maximum and minimum capacity, the total bottom ash and fly ash may reach 5,186,334.09 tonnes yr-1, and 3,630,433.86 tonnes yr-1 in 2019 respectively. Furthermore, the FABA generation in 2019 from the MEOG and MAS sector reached 7,381,414.47 tonnes and 21,764,718.79 tonnes respectively. Meanwhile, the Annual Average Growth Rate prediction method determined that the FABA generation in the SPP sector is in the range of 3,668,744.62 tonnes to 5,241,063.75 tonnes in 2040. The FABA generated from MEOG and MAS sectors is assumed to be in the range of 7.459.308,07 tonnes to 21.994.394,61 tonnes in 2040. Apart from the disposal technology, FABA waste can also be utilized; fly ash can be used as hot mix asphalt, cement and concrete, and landfill cover. Meanwhile, bottom ash can be widely used in road construction projects as a substitute for aggregates due to its sand-like properties and substitute for aggregate in concrete mixtures.