Waste has always been a serious problem, not only to the environment but also to the economic and social aspect. Solid waste management models are created to solve waste problems in different aspects and areas. Many models were made to tackle waste problems in cities or metropolitan areas. Yet, there are no specific solid waste management models that are made specifically for villages that undergo a transition to a city and it is affecting both natural and social environment in the area. A literature study was done to see which existing model could be applied to Indonesia's transitioning villages through the lenses of sustainable urban planning by reviewing ten existing models. The conclusion from the literature study is that solid waste management model needs to emphasize (1) the participation of local communities, (2) the pattern of waste transport and the type of waste management that does not require a large financial burden, (3) management infrastructure that can be made / held by the community / local organizations.