New Waste Treatment Facilities Planned in Five Cities

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New Waste Treatment Facilities Planned in Five Cities

TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta: The Public Works Department announced plans build public waste treatment facilities in five cities in indonesia worth around Rp1 trillion each, which will be supported by the Australian government.

Director General of Construction Works of the Public Works Department Budi Yuwono said the water/liquid waste treatment facilities will be built in public housing areas in Makassar (South Sulawesi), Surabaya (East Java), Palembang (South Sumatra), Semarang (Central Java) and Batam (Riau Islands).

“Integrated liquid waste treatment construction is very expensive, that is wh 90 percent of the budget will be funded by the central government,” Budi said.
He added that the government will receive US$15 million of foreign assistance for the projects from AusAid once the infrastructure network in public settlement areas are completed.

Currently there are 11 liquid waste treatment facilities including those in Solo (Central Java), Denpasar, and Banjarmasin (South Kalimantan). Budi said the goverment is planning to imrove the existing disposal networks by adding more pipeline.

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<span style="font-size: 14pt"><span style="font-weight: bold">New Waste Treatment Facilities Planned in Five Cities</span></span><br /> <br /> TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta: The Public Works Department announced plans build public waste treatment facilities in five cities in indonesia worth around Rp1 trillion each, which will be supported by the Australian government.<br /> <br /> Director General of Construction Works of the Public Works Department Budi Yuwono said the water/liquid waste treatment facilities will be built in public housing areas in Makassar (South Sulawesi), Surabaya (East Java), Palembang (South Sumatra), Semarang (Central Java) and Batam (Riau Islands).<br /> <br /> &ldquo;Integrated liquid waste treatment construction is very expensive, that is wh 90 percent of the budget will be funded by the central government,&rdquo; Budi said.<br /> He added that the government will receive US$15 million of foreign assistance for the projects from AusAid once the infrastructure network in public settlement areas are completed.<br /> <br /> Currently there are 11 liquid waste treatment facilities including those in Solo (Central Java), Denpasar, and Banjarmasin (South Kalimantan). Budi said the goverment is planning to imrove the existing disposal networks by adding more pipeline.<br /> <br /> KARTIKA CANDRA
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