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The Journey of Our Plastic Waste to Africa

Monday, May 13, 2024

Satellite-based trackers prove that plastic waste from Cisadane reaches as far as Africa. It is sea pollution that spans across oceans.

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Plastic waste in the Thousand Islands, Jakarta. Muhammad Reza Cordova Doc. . tempo : 172126366721.

AT first, Muhammad Reza Cordova underestimated the information from his colleague about plastic waste in the form of Indonesian-made bottles found on the coast of South Africa. The sea pollution chief researcher at the Oceanographic Research Center of the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) thought that the bottles were discarded by ship crews. “However, field studies have proven that plastic waste from the Cisadane River ca

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Joniansyah Hardjono (Tangerang) contributed to this article. 

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