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Walhi Jakarta still awaits governor Anies Baswedan's decree to curb the use of disposable plastic bags in the city.
Bogor City Administrators is reportedly prepared to face the lawsuit filed by the Olefin, Aromatic, and Plastic Indonesia Association.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati supports the paid plastic bag policy initiated by the Indonesian Retail Association (Aprindo).
The paid disposable plastic bags movement KLHK refers to is the recent one heavily marketed by the Indonesian Retail Association (Aprindo).
Depok city administration collaborates with Indonesian Retailers Association (Aprindo) to reduce plastic waste.
30 Aprindo members implemented the paid plastic bag policy today, among them Matahari Group, Ranch Market, Ramayana, Superindo, and Alfamart.
Retailers Association (Aprindo) head Roy Mandey said that modern retailers in the country would apply paid plastic bag program starting today, March 1.
Governor Anies Baswedan assured plastic producers it would not create an anti-plastic society but rather reduce the use of disposable plastic bags.
Aprindo claims that the ban on disposable plastic bag implemented across a number of Indonesian regions has actually profited retailers.
Jakarta Environmental Agency announced that its residents agree on the idea of imposing a disposable plastic bag restriction.