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    Deputy Governor: Need Collaboration to Handle Environmental Problems

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    BANDUNG - West Java Provincial Government appreciated various activities which were held by some stakeholders in an effort to keep better the environmental conditions in West Java.

    "Environmental conditions in West Java, In Shaa Allah with some movements today which are pioneered by the West Java Provincial Government and the Ministry of Environment, are one of our efforts to improve the clean lifestyle and healthy environment in West Java," said Deputy Governor of West Java, Uu Ruzhanul Ulum.

    According to the Deputy Governor, the various activities which has been done by groups in the city / district and schools in waste management have been very good, resulting various products which have economic value.

    "Waste management is very good, the results are various, energy can be used, produce fertilizer, can be used for household activities and even sold," said the Deputy Governor, at the Commemoration of the World Environment Day in West Java Province 2019, in Gedung Sate field, Thursday (07/25).

    Deputy Governor stated, there should be collaboration of all communities engaged in environmental activities in West Java, which the number is quite large currently and raise again the society concerned about environment, care about garbage and care about air pollution emissions in West Java.

    "The garbage bank community, there are hundreds of community which manages waste in West Java, they just need to be united, collaborated with all the strengths, In Shaa Allah the West Java Provincial Government will invite all people who care about waste to be collaborated to become an activity to eliminate waste, finally the environment in West Java will be better again, "he said. (Parno)

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