Saturday, 12 March 2016

West Java Parliament Authorize Integrated Waste Management Regulation



Bandung, Parliaments
Plenary Session of the Regional Representatives Council (DPRD) of West Java Province approved the establishment of draft local regulations (
RaPERDA) amendments to regulation No. 12 of 2010 on waste management  West Java  regional regulation (Perda).
Plenary session chaired
by Ineu Purwadewi Sundari Chairman of the Parliament and attended by West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan and his staff as well as  invitation takes place in the courtroom of  west Java Parliament at Jl. Diponegoro 27 Bandung, Friday (11/3).
Chairman of the Special Committee II West Java parliament drafting the amendments to the regulations of local regulations No. 12 of 2010 on integrated waste management, Saipudin Zukhri stated. Once of  the substance of this regulation in the future we will do involving regional waste management district / city and provincial governments. The term Points Final Waste Processing and Processing (TPPSA) integrated.
It is expected to have enactment of this draft regulation no longer be sectoral ego between the district / city and provincial in terms of waste management.
Saifuddin states will soon be the end of governments the TPA Sarimukti West Bandung regency in 2018 that required an integrated waste management place to replace it.
For now the two TPPAS Integrated successor will be built TPPSA Nambo to manage waste area of ​​Bogor, Depok, Bekasi and TPPAS Lengok Nangka for Bandung Raya.
"Waste management in the two Integrated TPPAS is expected to also be able to be revenue. Because of that garbage could be converted to alternative fuels and others, "he said.
Hoped to have been assigned this regulation, the government must be to disseminate and implement a real community to soon be able to know and understand the regulations that have been passed.
Responding on the enactment of this regulation the Governor stated. we have become the first in Indonesia. Insha Allah, Nambo and Legoknangka, became the first in the history of Indonesia there is an integrated waste management, "said Heryawan. @ H

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