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Jakarta, 21st of July 2019. The current condition of waste in Indonesia is very tense. Of the 60 million tons of waste produced, 15 percent is plastic waste which not only floods the landfill, but also the ocean of Indonesia. Based on World Bank data in 2018, 87 coasta...

Jakarta, July 18th, 2019 - Elected President, Joko Widodo, delivered his acceptance speech in Bogor City on July 14, 2019. His programs focus on infrastructure development, human resource development, investment increase for more jobs, bureaucracy reform, and, lastly,...

Jakarta, 21 Juli 2019. Kondisi sampah di Indonesia saat ini sangat mencekam. Dari 60 juta ton sampah yang dihasilkan, 15 persennya merupakan sampah plastik yang tidak hanya membanjiri tempat pembuangan akhir, namun juga lautan Indonesia. Berdasarkan data Bank Dunia tah...

Jakarta (11/7). In Indonesia, plastic waste is not only a problem in the land area, but also has spread into the ocean area. Even the research conducted by Dr. Jenna Jambeck in 2015, placed Indonesia as the second largest country in the world to dump plastic waste into...

Jakarta, 17th of July 2019. On Thursday, 23rd of May 2019, the Supreme Court through the Court Decision Number 29 P/HUM/2019 decided to reject the judicial review from the Indonesian Plastic Recycling Association (ADUPI), CV Cahya Jaya, and PT Hartono Sinar Cemerlang P...

Jakarta, June 25th, 2019 - In 2015, scientists reported Indonesia as second highest contributors of global plastic polluter into the ocean. Considering China’s strict policy and other ASEAN country’s strong position in global plastic waste trade crisis, environmental a...

Jakarta (29 April 2019). The upsurge of bans of single-use plastics in Indonesia, such as plastic bags, is proof that Indonesia is able to overcome its plastic pollution problem. After Dr. Jenna Jambeck’s research publication in the journal Science in 2015 which mentio...

ASEAN countries, including Indonesia, imported scraps to be separated, reprocessed, and export domestically collected plastic scraps to China. These countries import around 3% of the global trade (2011 data) and export around 5% of the worldwide trade. China has been t...

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