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Anticipation of Bandung Waste. PERCIK. Indonesia Water and Sanitation Magazine. August 2006

Anticipation of Bandung Waste. PERCIK. Indonesia Water and Sanitation Magazine. August 2006

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Published by Indonesia Water and Sanitation Working Group
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 Anticipation of Bandung waste 3Onsite Waste Reduction 7Options of Bandung Waste Management Concept 8Mayor of Bandung City: Nothing More to do with Traditional Way9Lesson Learned from Bandung Waste Emergency Situation12
Director of Water Resources and Irrigation, BappenasJava needs New Storages15
Multitasks Water Filter19
Government Regulation No. 16 of 2005 On Drinking WaterSupply System Development21
District Water Corporation, Blend of Commitment and Management 22District Head of Sragen, H. Untung Wiyono:District Water Corporation Should Be Professional 24
IATPI Clinic
Latrine Heroines 27
The Meaning of AMPL Institution For Sustainable Facility 30 Waterworks Technological Civilization By Time 33Development and Empowerment 37
 Around AMPL
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Percik magazine can be accessed through WSS website http://www.ampl.or.id
This “Percik” English edition is originally translated from “Percik” Indonesian edition
Information Media for Water Supply andEnvironmental Sanitation
Published by:
Working Group for Water Supply and Sanitation
Director General for Urban andRural Development, Department of Public Works
Board of Trustee:
Director of Human Settlement and Housing,National Development Planning Agency Republicof IndonesiaDirector of Water and Sanitation,Ministry of HealthDirector of Water Supply Development,Department of Public WorksDirector of Natural Resources and AppropriateTechnology, Director General on Village andCommunity Empowerment,Department of Home AffairsDirector for Facilitation of Special PlanningEnvironment Management,Department of Home Affairs
Chief Editor:
Oswar Mungkasa
Board of Editor:
Supriyanto, Johan Susmono,Indar Parawansa, Poedjastanto
Maraita Listyasari, Rewang Budiyana,Rheidda Pramudhy, Joko Wartono, Essy Asiah,Mujiyanto, Andre Kuncoroyekti, Reski D.
Rudi Kosasih
 Agus Syuhada
Jl. Cianjur No. 4, Menteng, Jakarta PusatPhone/Fax.: 62-21-31904113http://www.ampl.or.ide-mail: redaksipercik@yahoo.comredaksi@ampl.or.idoswar@bappenas.go.idUnsolicited article or opinion itemsare welcome. Please send to our addressor e-mail. Don't forget to be brief andaccompanied by identity.
This magazine can be accessed at Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation Websiteat www.apml.or.id
enselessly, we have been three years with you, precisely since August 2003 ago. Atthe time,
 was only 24 black & white pages, few column, simple layout, andlimited distribution.
 was at the time printed 500exemplars. You in the locallevel possibly do not know  what
editionlooks like.Now,
has pub-lished 14 editions. Numbersof rearrangements are car-ried out including columnaddition, page coloring, andlayout improvement.
has been distributed inall districts/cities nation- wide including NGOs, univer-sities and embassies and somecommunity. It seems thatPercik gets its own position among waterand sanitation (AMPL) stakeholders.
goals to be AMPL stakeholders'information and communication mediahave come true.Nevertheless, we haven't satisfied yet and we will always make improve-ment. In the next edition we willrelease
Junior (
forchildren), which will contain informa-tion on water and sanitation especial-ly for children so that they concernand care about water and sanitationas well. Curious about
Juni-or? Just wait the the next edition.In this anniversary edition, wepresent topic about Bandung wasteissues. In our opinion, this is an inter-esting topic. Until today, waste issuesin the city have not finished. Theavailable solution is only temporary as there is a conflict of interests.Moreover, everyone knows that largefund is prepared for solution of theissues. Usually 'people will come to apleasant place'.Lesson we learnt from this Ban-dung waste case is we don't give any serious concern about cleanliness,especially relating with waste. We justfocus on other aspects. In fact, clean-liness brings significant impact tohealth and beauty. Ignorance of sani-tary landfill, for example, has provento claim individual loss. Indisposed waste has proven to disturb peopleand affect city beauty. Waste manage-ment is not easy; it needs cooperationand coordination among regions.Bandung waste tragedy shows thatcity government cannot address theissues itself and even provincial andnational government sho-uld take action. So, this isthe lesson for other cities inIndonesia to prevent recur-rence. Unfortunately, when we're making this paper,again waste tragedy took place in Bantar Gebang,Bekasi.In innovation column, we present a surprising water filter technology fo-und discovered by a grand-father in Bandung. This water filter can handle andpurify many types of water.It is possible that this tech-nology can be developed assolution to water problemsin Indonesia. In telescopecolumn, we present a new  breakthrough in water sup-ply management. The bre-akthrough is made by LocalGovernment of Sragen District, whichalways makes breakthroughs in go- vernmental administration.In story column, we present privy heroines from some regions. They ha- ve successfully established and imple-mented free open defecation programand as model by community empo- werment and stakeholders for thesuccessful development even thoughthey are not paid for that. Another interesting topic is that weare allowed to interview Director of  Water Resources and IrrigationBappenas concerning drought that is ta-king place in some regions in Indonesia.In fact, water management is the causeof the problems in addition to naturaland environmental conditions. Finally, we wish you success in taking benefitfrom
of this edition.
 August 2006

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