Jakarta (Greeners) – Ministry of Environment and Forestry and Customs continue to re-export illegal plastic waste contaminated with toxic waste and domestic wastes to the US, France, Australia, and Hongkong. […]
Jakarta (Greeners) – Ministry of Environment and Forestry and Customs on June 14 have witnessed re-export of five containers of waste belong to PT. Adiprima Suraprinta to its origin country, […]
Jakarta (Greeners) – Ministry of Environment and Forestry have sealed illegal landfills in several areas for the last two months. On May, the ministry’s law enforcement team had sealed illegal […]
Ministry of Environment and Forestry’s investigators sealed illegal landfills which have been operating at least 30 years in Bogor district of West Java.
Recent demonstration over election results on May 22 which led to mass riots in Jakarta had resulted to public facilities damages and a total of 110 tons of waste in MH Thamrin road and its surrounding areas.
Responding to lawsuits from plastic and recycling plastic industries, Bogor and DKI Jakarta administrations will continue to process and implement policies to reduce single-use plastic volume as stipulates by Waste Management Law.
Amid lawsuit files by Indonesia Plastic Recycling Association, or ADUPI, to Supreme Court to challenge single-use plastic ban arguing the policy against Law on Waste Management, law experts call it as baseless legal action.
Approaching Ramadhan Month for Muslims which usually followed by the tradition of mass exodus or locally known as mudik, Indonesian government encourage public not to litter during travels.
ADUPI files a lawsuit against Bali provincial administration on its plastic waste policy because the Association is concerned about plastics supply for recycling will be reduced and provincial government is considered inconsistent in implementing the 2008 Law on Waste Management.
Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) inaugurates integrated waste management facilities in six district/city of Citarum watershed areas as part of the Clean Citarum program. The facility spent more than Rp12 billion (US$852,396).
Following the finalization of Merah Putih Waste-To-Energy Plant in Bantar Gebang of Bekasi city, other eleven cities stipulated by the 2018 Presidential Regulation on Waste-To-Energy Plant acceleration to develop the plant are under the spotlight to finish the projects.
Waste-to-energy plant in Bantargebang, Bekasi, finally inaugurated on Monday (25/3/2019) in Bekasi. The plant, dubbed as Merah Putih, is ready to manage waste up to 100 tons per day and produce 700 kilowatt of electricity.
Amid ongoing efforts to tackle waste issue, Indonesia still potentially becoming world’s largest dumpster after China refused to collect wastes from other countries.