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ILLEGAL TRAFFIC IN HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS AND WASTES IN INDONESIA. Rasio Ridho Sani Ministry of the Environment Republic of Indonesia. The size and effects of Illegal Traffic Symposium on Illegal International Traffic in Hazardous Chemicals Prague, 6 – 8 November 2006. Contains. Backgrounds

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ILLEGAL TRAFFIC IN HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS AND WASTES IN INDONESIA

Rasio Ridho Sani

Ministry of the Environment Republic of Indonesia

The size and effects of Illegal Traffic

Symposium on Illegal International Traffic in Hazardous Chemicals

Prague, 6 – 8 November 2006


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Contains INDONESIA

  • Backgrounds

  • The Size Movement of Hazardous Substances and Waste into in Indonesia

  • Illegal Chemical Trafficking

    • Size & Effects

  • Information Gathering


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    Background INDONESIA


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    Background INDONESIA

    • Geography

      • Indonesia is an archipelagic country with approximately consists of 17 thousand islands

      • It is strategic location enables Indonesia to have an important role in International sea transportation, however

      • It is also vulnerable for illegal traffic within in remote areas, as well as potential of accident by trans boundary movement of hazardous wastes and their disposal

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    Entry Point for illegal Traffic Hazardous Chemicals and Waste in Indonesia

    (Total of Ports in Indonesia is 607)



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    Hazardous Chemical Substances Country& Wastes Movement in to the Country



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    Illegal Trafficking the Environment Report. 2005)


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    Illegal Trafficking the Environment Report. 2005)

    ……… In the past

    Holland

    Singapore (+++)

    1990’s

    1990’s

    75 Containers (Contaminated Plastic Wastes)

    25 Containers (Contaminated Plastic Wastes)

    Tanjung Priok Jakarta Indonesia

    Sources: Hilman, M. 2002. Transbounday Movement of Hazardous Waste in Indonesia


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    Illegal Trafficking the Environment Report. 2005)

    United Kingdom

    Singapore

    Holland

    2005

    2005

    Holland

    20 Containers (Contaminated unsorted Paper Wastes) PT. Container Maritime Activities

    German

    2004

    19 Containers (Contaminated Paper, wastes) PT. Kertas International

    1.762 Bags = 1.492 Ton (Organic Fertilizers) PT. Asia Pacific Eco Lestari (APEL)

    20 Containers (Unsorted Domestic Wastes) PT. Nusa Inti Persada

    Galang Baru Batam Indonesia

    Tanjung Priok Jakarta Indonesia

    (Sources: Indonesian State of the Environment Report. 2004 & 2005)


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    Illegal Trafficking the Environment Report. 2005)

    Now & in the future ………..

    Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)

    xxxx

    Ozone Depletion Substances (ODS)

    yyyy

    Metal Scrap (Lead)

    Fly Ash and Hazardous Contamination

    Tanjung Priok Jakarta Indonesia


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    Specific Effects the Environment Report. 2005)

    • There has no evidence direct effect of illegal trafficking, however

    • Clean up 50 ton Hazardous wastes in Galang Baru Batam Indonesia

    • DDT has been ban since 30 years ago, but high concentration of residual still exist in the environment:

      • Some agricultural areas contained high level of DDT residues up to 2.214 ng/g

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    Information Exchange the Environment Report. 2005)

    • The Ministry has a close relationship with the Custom Agency and Department of Trade

      • Memorandum understanding

      • Data exchange, collaboration is in establishment


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    THANK YOU the Environment Report. 2005)

    [email protected]

    Text message: +62 812 192 4334


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