JAKARTA – Indonesia comes into the world’s spotlight on waste disposal. Indonesia is currently the second country in the world to produce waste and pollute the environment and even the oceans. Therefore, the problem of waste in Indonesia is an important concern for the government. Although, during the time waste management is only the authority of local governments.
In this case the Indonesian government directly invites four countries that are considered to have good competencies in waste management including Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway to process waste better.
Coordinating Minister for the Marine Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that the four countries have experiences in waste management.
Citing various sources, Thursday (9/14/2017), Indonesia according to plan will process the existing garbage into electricity and asphalt.
“Later, Indonesia will succeed in facing garbage management constraints from both funding aspect and political approach,” said Luhut.