- Aug 25, 2016
I heard there is a law in Indonesia, since 2005, prohibiting burning plastic in the open. Does anybody know where I can find it? thanks a lot
Er... you haven't read the post, have you?thanks a lot. does this mean that you can call the police if some stupid xxx burn plastic? Must they follow up?
sorry, obviously my brain got already slowed down by this xxx smokeEr... you haven't read the post, have you?
How to answer your question... well... if you are on an unlimited call paket, calling the police is an option. However, If you spend pulsa at each call, it may end up costing you a lot before getting them raising half an evebrow.
A visit to Pak RT is the way to go, especially, if you can get a couple of neighbors sharing your concern and joining your crusade.
That will be the flimsy labels normally around the bottles. The labels either cannot be recycled or are by weight worthless. Is there another way to get rid of them?Fact is, that this is a plastic bottle collector who then transports the bottles to Java, but the rest plastic garbage is burned
no, I meant the thousands of little plastic bags e.g. you get when shopping at the local markets. All the packages from shampoo ecc. And what about the sprays? Is there another way to ... of courseThat will be the flimsy labels normally around the bottles. The labels either cannot be recycled or are by weight worthless. Is there another way to get rid of them?
Depends where you live , my area has a good rubbish pick up system a couple of times a week ,35k a month ,but ya some people choose not to pay that and burn .this is the thing i hate the most about this place , no proper garbage collecting system , and people burn trash outside , this is horrible
Sadly the "of course " throw away statement doesn't hold up unless you explain the method with economic data.Is there another way to ... of course