By adopting new lifestyle, citizens cut down on waste
The Jakarta Post
Nothing goes to waste: Residents of Pondok Jaya in Tangerang, Banten, sort out organic waste at a mosque on Sunday.(JP/ Aditya Bhagas)Combining the power of women and Quran recitals in an urban kampung in South Tangerang, Banten, some 500 families have adopted a new way of life and succeeded in reducing their domestic waste by up to 94 percent.
After three months of consistent waste managem...
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