Governor of Bali Wayan Koster Launches Decree on Guidelines for Source-Based Waste Management in Villages and Traditional Villages
- 10 April 2021
- 20:04 WITA
GIANYAR, Balitopnews.com - Governor of Bali, Wayan Koster launched Governor Decree Number 381/03-P / HK / 2021 concerning Guidelines for Source-Based Waste Management in Villages / Kelurahan and Traditional Villages on Friday (April 9, 2021) at Wantilan, Taro Adat Village , Gianyar.
Koster said that currently Bali is in a state of waste emergency. So that the Source-Based Waste Management Program is very urgent to be implemented in the Village / Kelurahan and Traditional Village areas.
"So a clean natural environment is pursued by implementing the Source-Based Waste Management Program as outlined in the Governor of Bali Regulation Number 47 of 2019," he said.
In detail, he explained that the Governor's Decree regulates the strategy of Source-Based Waste Management in Villages / Kelurahan and Traditional Villages, including Citizen Regulations, by limiting behavior that produces a lot of waste, obliging residents to sort waste in the household, prohibiting residents from throwing garbage into the Village and other Traditional Villages, prohibiting residents from dumping garbage inappropriately, limiting the use of single-use plastic materials in accordance with Bali Governor Regulation No.97 of 2018, prohibiting residents from throwing garbage in lakes, springs, rivers and seas in accordance with Bali Governor Regulation No. 24 of the year 2020.
"Then develop togetherness in cooperation with various components of society in Villages and Traditional Villages with task arrangements, namely the making of Village Regulations on Source-Based Waste Management and for Traditional Villages the task of making regulations Awig-awig / Pararem regarding Customary Villager Arrangements in accordance with the Regulations. The area of Bali Province Number 4 of 2019, "he explained.
So that Source-Based Waste Management is carried out by Villages in collaboration with Traditional Villages, by empowering Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) or Baga Utsaha Padruwen Desa Adat (BUPDA).
Meanwhile, Governor Instruction Number 8324 of 2021 addressed to Regents / Mayors in Bali is a direction to support the implementation of source-based waste management in Villages and Traditional Villages through support for infrastructure, funds / operational costs, as well as land belonging to Regency / City Governments in Village / Sub-district or Traditional Village.
Wayan Koster also noted that currently there are 5 Villages / Kelurahan or Traditional Villages, namely 1) Paksebali Village, Klungkung; 2) Baktiseraga Village, Buleleng; 3) Punggul Village, Badung, 4) Taro Village and 5) Padang Tegal Traditional Village in Gianyar which has taken the initiative to independently implement source-based waste management in accordance with Governor Regulation Number 47 of 2019.
For his pioneering work, the Governor of Bali expressed his gratitude and gave awards and incentives of Rp. 50 million for each village sourced from the Bali Regional Development Bank's social responsibility (CSR) funds.
In order to accelerate the creation of a natural environment that is clean, green, and beautiful and of high quality, the Regional Head Office and Traditional Bandesa are obliged to provide education and socialization of Source-Based Waste Management to arouse the awareness of Village Residents to play an active role in mutual cooperation to create a natural environment that is clean, green, and beautiful and of good quality.
In order to provide motivation for initiative, innovation, and creativity in source-based waste management, the Governor of Bali will hold a Village Competition that is able to apply Sad Kerthi's philosophical values, including 1) Limitation of single-use plastic waste according to the Governor of Bali Number 97 of 2018 ; 2) Source-Based Waste Management in accordance with the Bali Governor Regulation Number 47 of 2019; and 3) Protection of lakes, springs, rivers and seas in accordance with the Bali Governor Regulation Number 24 of 2020. (gix)