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Maze of Waste

Edisi : 1 Januari 1970
A security officer walks among mounds of paper scrap imported by a company in Mojokerto, East Java, as a material for its paper factory, Wednesday, June 19. According to the Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (Ecoton) waste import in Indonesia is the result of the Chinese government’s policy that prohibits pastic waste imports from several European Union countries, and the United States, which leads to ASEAN states as the alternative destination. It is predicted that as much as 300 containers of rubbish enter Indonesia everyday, and most of them go to the East Java province. ANTARA FOTO/Zabur Karuru
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Maze of Waste

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