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In a bid to help Jakartans dispose of their old electronics, the Jakarta Environment Agency currently provides 60 e-waste drop boxes throughout the city, up from 53 last year. The boxes, provided since 2017, are installed in public spaces such as Transjakarta bus stops, City Hall, mayor offices and schools.
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