查询词已翻译为：Indonesia Sends 210 Tons of Waste to Australia
Indonesia Sends 210 Tons Of 'Dirty Waste' Back To Australia Wednesday, 10 July 2019 ( 8 hours ago ) The trend of southeast Asian nations rejecting being used as dumping grounds for Western waste has continued with Indonesia declaring it will ship eight containers of trash back to Australia, Russia Today reports.
An Indonesian customs officer shows waste paper imported from Australia at Tanjung Perak port in Surabaya, Indonesia's East Java Province, July 9, 2019. Indonesia said Tuesday it would send more than 210 tons of garbage back to Australia. /VCG Photo
Indonesia announced last week it was sending back 49 containers full of waste to France and other developed nations. In May, neighboring Malaysia announced it was shipping 450 tons of imported plastic waste back to its sources, including Australia, Canada, Japan and the United States.
JAKARTA: Indonesia said Tuesday (Jul 8) it would send more than 210 tonnes of rubbish back to Australia, as Southeast Asian nations push back against serving as dumping grounds for foreign rubbish.
JAKARTA (AFP): Indonesia said Tuesday it would send more than 210 tons of garbage back to Australia, as Southeast Asian nations push back against serving as dumping grounds for foreign trash. The eight containers seized in Surabaya city should have contained only waste paper, but authorities also ...
“We carefully examined the suspicious imported goods and found that they were contaminated with toxic waste,” Basuki Suryanto of the Customs and Excise Office stated, the Jakarta Post reported ...
Indonesian authorities will send more than 210 tonnes of garbage back to Australia. The eight containers seized in Surabaya city have been found to contain hazardous material and household trash ...
Indonesia recently said that it would send more than 210 tonnes of garbage back to Australia, as South-east Asian nations push back..
Indonesia Ships 210 Tons of Trash Back to Australia. ... and Indonesia is the latest country to announce it will send back waste to a 'developed' nation, refusing some 210 tons of waste shipped to the archipelago nation. RELATED: 7.1 Magnitude Quake Hits Indonesia, Tsunami Warning Issued.