Cipinang River Cleaned to Anticipate Flood

October 14, 2015
The Ranks of Makasar Sub-District with Pinang Ranti Urban Village are holding communal work of cleaning the Cipinang River.

Rainy Season, BPLS Work on Mud Volcano Dam

October 12, 2015
The Sidoarjo Mud Mitigation Agency (BPLS) is improving the mud volcano holding ponds in anticipation of the rainy season, including strengthening and raising the dam walls, officials said Sunday, October 11.

Environment Ministry Probes Hazardous Waste Finding in Tarakan

October 12, 2015
The Ministry of Environment and Forestry is mapping the land contaminated by crude oil in Tarakan, North Kalimantan. The oil appears in a number of settlements in the area.

World Anticorruption Committee Meets in Yogyakarta

October 06, 2015
Dozens of delegation from various countries attended the Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption (GOPAC) forum in Yogyakarta this morning. The bi-annual event is held without the presence of GOPAC President Ricardo Garcia Cervantes due to sickness.

Ahok Criticizes Neighbors for Dumping Waste Out to Sea

October 06, 2015
Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama has pointed a finger on the behaviours of his neighbours at the upscale Pantai Mutiara complex in Pluit, North Jakarta - saying that these houses often dump untreated wastewater into nearby canals that feed directly into the sea.

PAM and PAL Merger, Ahok: Free Pipeline Installation

October 06, 2015
The merger of two Regional-Owned Enterprise companies purpose to meet water supplies in Jakarta. PAL will process wastewater of daily use and transform it into clean water. `Install the pipes first,` Ahok said in Cempaka Putih Grand Hotel on Tuesday, Oct 6.

End of 2015, Jakarta Water Companies, PAM and PAL Will Merge

October 05, 2015
Director of PD PAM Jaya Erlan Hidayat claimed that end of 2015 PD PAM Jaya and PD PAL Jaya are ready to merge as directed by Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama.

New Water-Tracing Technology Helps Protect Groundwater

October 02, 2015
UNSW Australia researchers have used new water-tracing technology in the Sydney Basin for the first time to determine how groundwater moves in the different layers of rock below the surface.

Indonesia Hopes for Rain to Douse Forest Fires Causing Smog

October 02, 2015
Indonesia is hoping for rain to help extinguish forest fires that have been smoldering for weeks, shrouding parts of Southeast Asia in thick smog, a government official said on Thursday.

Urgent Action Needed to Reach International Climate Deal: Experts

October 02, 2015
Asia and Europe are currently at the centre of the climate change debate, with Asia being a key player in the global energy sector, and Europe at the forefront of setting a global deal to reach ambitious climate and energy targets.
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