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Clean Water Regulations in Indonesia

REGULATIONS OF SANITATION
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PERSPECTIVE

MANAGEMENT FUNCTION

PLANING ORGANIZING STAFFING DIRECTING COORDINATING REPORTING BUDGETING


CULTURE PERSPECTIVE
• Indonesia society has “cultivated” littering in
places like river, lake, sea and others. Both
household waste or industrial waste.
• Water-wasting habits are also common. Especially
in urban areas where people already have enough
clean water
• Latrines on the side of the river is still widely
found
• These things make people look unconcerned
about the need for clean water and good
sanitation while there are many people who lack
of clean water and good sanitation.
AGRICULTURE PERSPECTIVE
Use of water in food agriculture How is water affected by agriculture?

Food and agriculture are the Improperly managed agricultural


largest consumers of water, activities may impact surface water
requiring one hundred times more by contributing nutrients, pesticides,
than we use for personal needs. sediment, and bacteria, or by altering
Up to 70 % of the water we take stream flow. Fertilizer and pesticide
from rivers and groundwater goes use, tillage, irrigation, and tile
into irrigation, about 10% is used drainage can affect water quality and
in domestic applications and 20% hydrology
in industry.

How can we conserve water in agriculture?

1. Drip Irrigation 6. Rotational Grazing


2. Capturing and Storing Water 7. Compost and Mulch
3. Irrigation Scheduling 8. Cover Crops
4. Drought-Tolerant Crops 9. Conservation Tillage
5. Dry Farming 10. Going Organic
LAW PERSPECTIVE
• IWRM (Integrated Water Resources
Management)
“IWRM is a process which promotes the co-
ordinated development and management of water,
land, and related resources in order to maximize
the resultant economic and social welfare in an
equitable manner without compromising the
sustainability of vital ecosystems.”
(Source Integrated Water Resources Management
in Action. WWAP, DHI Water Policy, UNEP-DHI
Centre for Water and Environment.2009)
MEDICAL PERSPECTIVE
• Water quality is critical to public health
because water is a key human need.
PHYSICS PERSPECTIVE
• The science of physics is an important role in the
management of clean water, such as the creation
of a water processing of the proper drink. The
processing equipment flood designed by physics
without using chemicals or the process in
filtration (screening) by using layers of the size of
the most violent and smooth. The water
processed that was meet the standards of quality
of water in proper drink to achieve product water
and safe. One unit of the processing water
flooding can create the capacity of 10 liters of
water to drink a minute.
DANKE

DANKE!