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Articles Ditjen Cipta Karya, 12 November 2012

At least 19 Indonesia Cabinet Volume II have signed a memorandum of understanding to implement waste management and sanitation in Indonesia Clean Movement (ICM). They have been agree to develop and implement an action plan based on solid waste management and sanitation guidelines ICM. The signing was witnessed by Vice President Boediono and 300's regent, mayor or his representative in Jakarta (12/11).

Kompas, February 2, 2013

Regional Environmental management agency for west java in 2011 describe, that every day 220 tons of  city waste (municipal waste) liquid or non liquid and 40 tons of industrial waste contaminate Citarum river.

In addition, farmers in Rancaekek, Bandung regency, also complained about the decrease in the number and quality of the harvest due to pollution in the textile industry waste Cikijing River.

It is a fact, this contamination has been on going until today.

Bisnis Indonesia, February 11, 2013

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources to prepare a feed in tariff policy to attract investors in the construction of waste power plant (WPP) in the country.  Directorate General of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Ministry of Energy revealed WPP is an alternative to big cities with a huge electricity demand .  Besides PLTS is also useful in clearing rubbish which has been a local government issue. 

In addition, the Ministry of Energy plans to optimize the utilization of geothermal energy in the first years. This was done because the Ministry has had a strategic plan and know which side that could encourage the use of geothermal energy in the country.

The government needs around Rp 275 trillion (US$20.1 billion) in total investment over the next five years to improve the country’s human waste management, as only 61 percent of the country’s population were using improved sanitation last year, a high-rank official says.

The Public Works and Public Housing Ministry’s Cipta Karya directorate general, which oversees the construction of clean water and waste facilities, said that the government aimed at achieving a target of 100 percent access to clean water and sanitation as well as zero slums by 2019, as stated in the National Mid-Term Development Plan (RPJMN).

Source : http://www.thejakartapost.com

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