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President Jokowi recognize the achievement of the local Surabaya administration for establishing a waste-to-electricity project.
A surge of medical waste has been recorded after the Covid-19 pandemic arrived in Indonesia in March of last year.
The documentary is pushed for theater viewings because many people still lack awareness of the dangers of plastic waste.
An Argentine artist is working with a new material: waste masks and syringes from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The government removed the ash resulting from burning coal in power plants from the category of hazardous and toxic waste.
Jakarta will expand its inner-city intermediate treatment facility (ITF) to turn waste-to-electricity and reduce dependency on Bantargebang.
The waste-to-energy power plant at Bantargebang Integrated Waste Management (TPST), Bekasi, managed to generate 783.63 MWh of electricity in 2020.
The Jakarta Government launches a waste management program dubbed large-scale social collaboration in waste management or KSBB Persampahan.
Although banned by law, 22 open waste dumping sites are still operating. The principle of reduce, reuse, recycle is still nothing more than a slogan.
Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, explained what Indonesia and Japan has aimed for after establishing an environment and waste management partnership.
A team from LIPI have figured out the solution to face mask waste issue by recycling disposable face masks into plastic pellets.
Jakarta Environment Department recorded a high number of medical wastes in the capital city during the Covid-19 pandemic, totaling 12,785 tons.
Jakarta Environment Department collected 3.2 tons of waste produced by 2021 new year celebrations from various locations.
Tangerang city administration through its Environment Agency encouraged several industries to use refuse-derived fuel as an alternative to coal.
The Jakarta Environment Agency announced that it had collected up to 22,683 kilograms of electronic waste or e-waste.
Dutch students have created a fully functioning electric car made entirely out of waste, including plastics fished out of the sea.
Jakarta has seen high usage of disposable masks, which are categorized as infectious waste during this pandemic.
The threat of trash waste at the Komodo National Park is currently being handled by the West Manggarai government.
Jakarta Environment Agency deployed 50 officers to clean up the waste that was swept along Ciliwung River to Manggarai floodgate in South Jakarta.
Pertamina has collaborated with Pegadaian to offer a trade-in program for used cooking oil to be turned into gold savings in the state-owned pawnshop.