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Reciki Pledged to Beat Plastic Pollution from Sources to Sea



Thursday, 3 November 2022 - Indonesia is committed to reducing marine debris by 70% by 2025. Indonesia has many initiatives that drive action and unite stakeholders with diverse efforts to deliver collaborative solutions. This is very important in advancing the systemic shift towards a circular plastics economy, one of which is launching the National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP) in Indonesia to support the national goal of reducing 70% of marine plastic pollution by 2025. According to Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and investment, Luhut B. Pandjaitan revealed that the commitment is estimated to reach and directly impact more than 34 million people.


In the event of “Road to G20: Beating Plastic Pollution from Source to Sea”, a total of approximately 38 organizations gathered and promised to create a circular plastic economy with one of them concerning marine plastic waste. According to Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and investment, Luhut B. Pandjaitan revealed that the commitment is estimated to reach and directly impact more than 34 million people.


Being one of the organizations participating in the activity, Reciki is committed to supporting sustainable waste management towards Zero Waste to landfill.

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