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President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo left for East Java Province today morning, May 6, 2021, for a working visit.
The government has removed coal residue or FABA (Fly Ash and Bottom Ash) from the list of toxic and hazardous waste (B3 waste).
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.
Many local governments, including West Java, encountered serious difficulties in managing medical waste in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bappenas Head Suharso Monoarfa says that the Covid-19 pandemic poses a new challenge with the rising amount of non-medical and medical wastes.
Tangerang city administration through its Environment Agency encouraged several industries to use refuse-derived fuel as an alternative to coal.
Jakarta Recycle Center (JRC) waste management program is currently facing some issues regarding recycling due to foreign tourists
The ITF project will be a breakthrough in waste management in Jakarta that so far depended on the Bantargebang Integrated Waste Treatment Area (TPST).
Luhut Pandjaitan inaugurated a waste management facility using a refuse-derived fuel (RDF) system in Cilacap, Central Java, today, July 21.
Hazardous waste in the city keeps climbing as the waste of disposable face masks and gloves also increases during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The government reminds households to do their own waste separation after the fact that 62 percent of Indonesia's waste comes from domestic trash.
Areca palm frond midribs used to be nothing but waste for the residents of Mendis in South Sumatra but now, they make them into eco-friendly utensils.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan called on the community to manage waste, especially those produced from households, in their respective areas.
Bogor city administration agreed to build a plastic waste treatment facility in Galuga landfill in partnership with a British company.
An environmental group Walhi advised Bekasi regency administration to build waste management infrastructure in Burangkeng landfill.
BPPT in tandem with the Environment and Forestry Ministry is currently developing a technology to recycle electronic waste or e-waste.
Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand, along with China, account for 60% of plastic waste in the oceans.
President Joko Widodo or Jokowi said that instead of waste imports, Indonesia should enhance the potential use of its trash.