Greater Jakarta: Jakarta to collect more e-waste in 2018
The Jakarta Post
The Jakarta Environment Agency expects to collect more e-waste from residents in 2018 after providing more drop boxes in public places.
The agency has provided e-waste drop boxes at its subdistrict and district offices, as well as at its information booths on weekly Car Free Day on Jl. MH Thamrin and Jl. Sudirman in Central Jakarta.
“Besides Car Free Day, we want to provide drop bo...
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