JAKARTADAILY.ID – New Year's Eve celebrations in the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta, which were centered on 7 locations, were lively.
It's just that, the effect of the mass gathering caused a pile of Garbage at the event location.
The Central Jakarta Provincial Government Environment Sub-agency said the pile of trash at the location of the 2023 New Year's Eve event reached 20 tons.
"Waste handling at the New Year's celebration in the Central Jakarta area reached 20 tons of waste volume," explained Acting Head of the Central Jakarta Environment Agency, Edy Mulyanto, quoted from pmjnews, Sunday, January 1, 2023.
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In cleaning up the Garbage, said Edy, his party also deployed street sweepers.
"As many as 10 units of sweeper cars were also deployed to mass gathering points to clean the roads," he said.
After cleaning, continued Edy, and his party deployed 475 personnel to transport the Garbage using five trucks owned by the Sanitation Sub-Department.
"Five trucks have been deployed to transport Garbage. A total of 475 personnel have been deployed to clean up trash after the New Year," he said.
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From the 20 tons of waste collected, the waste then undergoes a sorting process at the waste bank before being made at the Bantar Gebang integrated waste disposal site (TPST).
"Eight tons of waste is managed by the waste bank, while 12 tons are disposed of at the final processing site (TPA) at the Bantar Gebang TPST," he said.
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