INDEED! WE USE PLASTICS IN ALMOST EVERY PART OF DAILY LIFE, ESPECIALLY FOOD. NO WONDER TRASH IS PILING UP IN OUR RIVERS AND CAUSING FLOODS.
could be composed of government officials and private citizens. There should be an audit each year, and the funds shouldn’t be touched by retail companies. Nor should any business manage the funds,” Tulus told Tempo. The effort to reduce plastic waste will hopefully culminate in the Gerakan Indonesia Bebas Sampah, or the Indonesia Free of Waste Movement – a campaign to create a garbage-free Indonesia by the year 2020. Both the direction and intent of the fee are clear. However, as stated above, there needs to be open management of the funds. Ultimately, it’s a step in the right direction toward solving the increasing problem of uncontrolled waste production.