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The oil spill from state energy giant Pertamina’s Offshore Northwest Java Block that occurred 2 kilometers off the coast of Karawang, West Java, on July 12 has reached nine islands in Thousand Islands regency as of September, with islands such as Untung Jawa and Lancang suffering the most from the spill.
Fishermen are paid a sum of money for every sack filled with oil waste they deliver to Pertamina. Pertamina also promised it would provide “cashless” compensation to the affected residents of Thousand Islands and Karawang. (JP/ Donny Fernando)
(JP/ Benedictus Robert Yota)