Hari Raya, Waste Volume Increases 15 Percent

Hari Raya, Waste Volume Increases 15 Percent

Garbage collection in one of the villages in Jembrana. The volume of waste on Galungan Day is certain to increase between 10 and 15 percent from the average on normal days. (BP/Olo)

NEGARA, BALIPOST.com – The Jembrana Regency Environmental Service is preparing personnel and fleet for waste transportation which is certain to increase on Galungan Day. It is estimated that there will be an increase in daily waste volume of around 10 percent to 15 percent from the daily average.

Head of the Jembrana Regency LH Service, Dewa Gde Ary Candra Wisnawa, Thursday (29/2), said that the average daily waste transported from Pekutatan to Gilimanuk reaches 50 to 60 tons. Meanwhile, for the Galungan holiday, it is estimated that it will increase to 55 to 66 tons. “We estimate there is an increase of around 10 to 15 percent, we are alerting personnel to transport starting today,” he explained.

Apart from the Department directly to the container or TPS3R, collection is also from each village/sub-district that already has cooperation with a scheduled pattern.

So this waste is taken directly to residents’ homes according to the specified schedule. The volume of waste after the Galungan holiday is certain to increase. With activities and needs during Umanis holidays and holidays. Especially in seasonal markets and busy centers, it is certain that there will be an increase in the volume of waste. (Surya Dharma/Balipost)


This news article has been translated from the original language to English by WorldsNewsNow.com.

You can visit the original source at the link below.

Original Source Link