Earlier this year (2/2/2021), the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) under Joko Widodo Administration excluded coal waste, specifically the coal fly ash and bottom ash (FABA), from the hazardous and toxic waste list (known as B3 waste). Seeing the high environmental and economic cost of the linear coal production, one solution is to utilize or recycle ash rather than diverting coal ash to landfills.
Organizations can now link the world’s leading sustainability reporting standards with an innovative tool for measuring their progress towards the circular economy.
Discarded plastic waste, particularly single-use plastic, is putting marine life at risk. That’s why solutions to support a circular economy are growing in importance.
Adopting a circular economy in Indonesia’s key sectors might add between Rp 593 trillion (US$42.2 billion) and Rp 638 trillion to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030.