An article by Bambang Nurbianto, The Jakarta Post.

Jakarta has been long trying to stop its dependency on the Bantar Gebang waste facility in Bekasi regency, West Java, to treat the 6,000 to 6,500 tons of garbage produced daily by households, offices, industries and other commercial entities in the capital.

Regrettably, however, the effort has not been a success as Jakarta’s waste management is insignificant for the capacity of the 100-hectare Bantar Gebang facility.

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