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Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as already changed a second time to Act No. 12 of 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 9. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regional Government (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 10. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4959); 11. Act No. 4 of 2009 about Mineral and Coal Mining (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 37 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2,831); 12. Government Regulation number 22 in 1982 about Tata's water management (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 37 in 1982, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3196); 13 the Government Regulation Number 82 in 2001 about water quality Management and control of water pollution (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 153 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4161); 14. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance Provincial district/city (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 15. Government Regulation Number 43 in 2008 about the ground water (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 83 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4858); 16. Applicable local Bangka Belitung Islands province number 10 in 2007 on the establishment of Regional Regulations (Gazette of the regional Province of Bangka Belitung Islands in 2007 Number 4 series E, Supplemental Sheet Region of Bangka Belitung Islands province Number 38); 17. Applicable local Bangka Belitung Islands province Nomor4 in 2008 about the Affairs of local government the province of Bangka Belitung (Kepulauan Province Area Slabs of Bangka Belitung in 2008 number 3 Series E); 18. Regulation of the regional province of Bangka belitung number 6 in 2008 about the Organization and the Work of the regional province of Bangka Belitung (Kepulauan Province Area Slabs of Bangka Belitung in 2008 number 2 Serie D);
Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REGIONAL PROVINCE of BANGKA BELITUNG and BANGKA BELITUNG GOVERNOR M E M U T U S K A N: setting LOCAL REGULATIONS: the PROVINCE of BANGKA BELITUNG ISLANDS on MANAGING GROUNDWATER BANGKA BELITUNG ISLANDS PROVINCE CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is the province of Bangka Belitung Islands. 2. Local Government is the Governor and the Region as organizer of the local government. 3. The Governor is the Governor of Bangka Belitung Islands. 4. District/city is the district/city in the province of Bangka Belitung. 5. the Bupati/Walikota was Regent/Mayor at the district/city in the province of Bangka Belitung. 6. the Department is Department of mines and energy of Bangka Belitung Islands province. 7. the head of Department is head of the Department of mines and energy of Bangka Belitung Islands province. 8. Water resources are sources of water, air, and water resources contained therein. 9. Ground water is the water contained in the soil or rock below the land surface. 10. Aquifers were saturated groundwater layers of rock that can store and forward ground water in an amount reasonably and economically. 11. Spring is the appearance of ground water surface caused by a few things like the terpotongnya face of the groundwater by morphology. 12. groundwater Basin is a region bounded by the limits of hidrogeologis, where all occurrences of such hidrogeologis the process pengimbuhan, stream discharge, groundwater underway. 13. Recharge Area or region is an area of water resapan are capable of adding ground water occurs naturally in groundwater Basins. 14. Discharge Areas or areas may ground water is ground water output area which takes place naturally in Groundwater Basins. 15. The taking of ground water is any water taking operations done by excavation, drilling, or make other menurap building water and disposal or any other purpose. 16. The pattern of Soil water management is a basic framework in planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the activities of inventory, conservation and utilization of ground water. 17. Management of Groundwater is an effort to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate the activities of inventory, conservation and utilization of ground water.
18. The exploration of ground water is ground water investigation details to set a more thorough/careful about the distribution and characteristics of the ir source, geophysical surveys and drilling through the exploration of ground water. 19. Conservation of Groundwater is an effort to protect and maintain the existence, condition, and the consent of ground water to maintain the sustainability and continuity of a function, or the availability in sufficient quantity and quality to meet the needs of living things good time now as well as those to come, the management of ground water to ensure it is used wisely and ensure the continuity of its availability with keep and maintain mutunya. 20. Preservation of ground water is an effort maintain environmental conditions and sustainability of groundwater in order not to change. 21. Protection of Groundwater is an attempt keep the existence and prevent the occurrence of the damage and environmental condition of ground water. 22. The maintenance of Groundwater is an effort kept the presence of ground water in order to make available appropriate functions. 23. Damage control of groundwater is the effort to prevent and cope with keerusakan ground water as well as recovering so that its function is back as before. 24. Control of Ground water pollution prevention and mitigation efforts is the pollution of ground water to ensure the quality of ground water to match the quality of the raw water. 25. The rehabilitation of ground water is an effort to improve environmental conditions and groundwater that has experienced a decline in the quantity and quality of or better in order to return as before. 26. An inventory of groundwater is an activity to obtain data and information on ground water. 27. the utilization of ground water is penatagunaan efforts, use of concessions, development and ground water optimally in order to successfully and strongly condemns the Sepik. 28. Penatagunaan ground water is the attempt to determine the zone of retrieval and use of ground water. 29. The use of groundwater is any activity utilizing ground water for various purposes. 30. The development of groundwater are increasing efforts benefit the functions of groundwater in accordance with dukungnya. 31. The control of groundwater are all efforts that include activities, research and monitoring settings retrieval of ground water to ensure it is used wisely for the sake of maintaining continuity of availability and mutunya. 32. The supervision of ground water is the supervision of administrative and technical activities against the management of ground water in order to be in accordance with the provisions of the set. 33. Concessions of ground water is groundwater utilization effort commercial. 34. technical Recommendations are technical requirements that must be met to undertake activities in the field of groundwater. 35. Monitoring of groundwater is observation and record-keeping are continuously changing environmental, quality and quantity of groundwater caused by environmental change and or the taking of groundwater. 36. The well is a well made track to monitor the advance and quality or groundwater in the aquifer. 37. The network monitor is a collection of well well well monitor based on the needs of monitoring groundwater at a groundwater basin. 38. The well bore is a well that production was done either mechanically or manually.
39. The well resapan is well made with a view to meresapkan the water into the soil at a particular aquifer. 40. the injection Well is well made with a certain diameter to place the water into the soil with the purpose to recover the specific aquifer layers of water conditions. 41. Groundwater Exploration Permit is a permission to perform an investigation of groundwater in detail to establish more thoroughly about the distribution and characteristics of the water source. 42. The drilling of groundwater Permits is permission to do drilling ground water well for the purpose of exploration and exploitation of the ait or the ground. 43. the taking of groundwater Permits is permission or taking and utilization of ground water for various purposes. 44. Permission granted permission to use ground water is ground water to obtain the right to attempt the groundwater. 45. The right to water is a right to acquire the land and wear or dress ground water for various purposes. 46. The right to use groundwater is right to wear and obtain groundwater. 47. The right to water is a right endeavor to acquire and cultivate ground water. 48. Environmental Impact analysis on the hereafter AMDAL is the study on the impact of large and important a business or activity that is planned on the environment necessary for the decision-making process about the organizing effort and or activities. 49. Environmental Management Efforts hereafter UKL and Environmental Monitoring Efforts that hereafter UPL is the efforts made in environmental management and monitoring by the person in charge of business or activity that is not obligatory analysis of the Environmental Impact (AMDAL). CHAPTER II FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS and objectives, article 2 management of Groundwater was organized with the aim to guarantee the availability, utilization, sustainability and the continuity and sustainability of groundwater for registration-great prosperity and welfare of the people. Article 3 (1) the management of ground water basin based on ground water intact encompassing fossil water, mineral water, hot water. (2) ground water Basin referred to subsection (1) includes basin groundwater cross-district/city. Article 4 (1) the right to water is ground water use rights land use rights consisting of a wear and use rights effort. (2) water land use rights as dimkasud in subsection (1) may not be transported partially or completely hand over to another party. Article 5 (1) the right to use groundwater obtained without permission to meet the needs of the household and drinking water as well as other non commercial needs all the amount of its utilization on a certain boundaries. (2) the right to use land requires permission if: a. the way they were taken can cause a decrease in the impact of the quantity and quality of aquifers; b. intended to meet the needs of other than as referred to in paragraph (1). CHAPTER III the AUTHORITY and RESPONSIBILITIES of article 6 (1) the Governor in the management of ground water has the authority to include: a. set the policy management of groundwater in the region of Bangka Belitung Islands province; b. set the pattern of the management of ground water in the basin groundwater cross-district/city; c. provides support in the development in the utilization of groundwater, include provision of information distribution basins, aquifers, groundwater quantity and quality; d. prepare the institutional, human resources, facilities and equipment, as well as funding to support the management of ground water in the basin groundwater cross-district/city; e. coordinate the activities of ground water in order to inventory, conservation and utilization of ground water in the basin groundwater cross-district/city; f. determine the groundwater basin in the province with the scale of the map in accordance with the provisions in force; g. organize and define the provision, retrieval, designation, use of concessions of water and land in the basin groundwater cross-district/city; h. provide Technical Recommendations for exploration drilling permit issuance, use and retrieval of concessions of ground water in the basin groundwater cross-district/city; i. provide technical assistance in the management of groundwater to the Government district/city; j. manage groundwater data and information in the province; k. set network monitor wells in the basin groundwater cross-district/city; b. set the status of the groundwater basin crisis; d. facilitate the resolution of disputes between the Government of the kabupaten/kota in the management of ground water region of the province; n. do coaching and training in the field of management of groundwater; o. conduct monitoring, control and surveillance of the use of ground water in the basin groundwater cross district of the city. (2) the authority as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by the head of Department.
CHAPTER IV is considered part of the General MANAGEMENT of the ACTIVITIES of article 7 (1) water management activities include land planning, implementing, monitoring, evaluating the inaugural water conservation land. (2) the management of ground water as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out on the basis of employee administration strategies of groundwater with the principle of balance between the activities of conservation and utilization of ground water. The second part of an inventory of article 8 (1) an inventory of ground water is the basis of management of groundwater. (2) an inventory of land referred to in subsection (1) are performed on each of the groundwater Basin. (3) the Governor and the Bupati/Walikota complies with its mandatory carrying out an inventory of groundwater as referred to in paragraph (2). (4) an inventory of groundwater mapping activities, covering the investigation. research, exploration and evaluation of data or ground water to determine: a. the distribution of ground water basins; b. the regional prefix and spin-off of groundwater; c. geometry and the characteristics of the aquifer; d. balance sheet and the potential ground water; e. planning and management of ground water; f. retrieval and utilization of ground water; g. ground water conservation efforts. (5) the results of the inventory of land referred to in subsection (1), used as the basis for preparing the plan of conservation and utilization of ground water. (6) the inventory of ground water as referred to in paragraph (1) and (2) further defined by regulation of the Governor. The third part of conservation of article 9 (1) water conservation lands made to keep sustainability and resource availability, environmental support, the functions of groundwater as well as maintaining the continuity of the utilization of groundwater. (2) water conservation land is based on the principle of availability, continuity and sustainability the benefit, as well as the environmental presence of groundwater. (3) water conservation land referred to in subsection (1), implemented on the basis of the conservation zone groundwater. (4) water conservation land referred to in subsection (1), performed through: a. the protection and conservation of groundwater; b. preservation of ground water; c. quality management and control of the pollution of ground water; d. water damaged power control on ground water basins; and e. monitoring of groundwater. (5) implementation of water conservation land is based on: a. the results of the inventory, identification and evaluation of the groundwater basin; b. the study area may affix and groundwater; c. plan the management of ground water in the basin of the ground water. d. information the results of the monitoring of changes in environmental conditions and presence of groundwater. (6) water conservation land done thoroughly on the groundwater basin. (7) conservation of groundwater should be one consideration in the planning of the utilization of ground water and spatial planning regions. Article 10 (1) groundwater Monitoring as referred to in article 9 paragraph (4) of the letter e needs to be done in order to guarantee the success of water conservation land. (2) monitoring of the ground water as mentioned in subsection (1) changes made to the quantity, quality and environmental impact due to the uptake and utilization of ground water and or environmental change. (3) monitoring of the ground water as mentioned in subsection (1) include the following: a. monitoring the changing position of the mien of groundwater; b. monitoring of the ground water quality changes; c. monitoring the number of retrieval and utilization of ground water; d. monitoring of pollution of ground water; e. monitoring of changes in water quality and discharge the springs; f. monitoring environmental changes in ground water. (4) monitoring of the ground water as referred to in paragraph (3) can be done on the well monitor groundwater production wells and groundwater by means of: a. make wells monitor; b. measure and record the position of the face of the ground water at the well monitor and/or selected production wells; c. measure and record water eye discharge; d. inspect physical properties, chemical composition, radioactive and biological content of ground water at the well, the well production monitor and springs; e. mapping changes in the quality and/or quantity of ground water; f. Noting the number/volume of the retrieval and utilization of ground water; g. observing and measuring the physical environmental changes due to the taking of groundwater; h. observe amblesan ground. (5) monitoring of the ground water as referred to in paragraph (3) is carried out at regular intervals in accordance with the type of monitoring activities.
Article 11 (1) the Governor and Regent/Mayor as well as all parties related to the utilization of groundwater activities implement water conservation land. (2) in addition to the Activities mentioned in paragraph (1) and potentially alter or damage the environment and ground water conditions mandatory water conservation efforts are accompanied by land. (3) the Governor on the recommendation of Bupati/Walikota according its doing the assignment and protection of groundwater in the area of numerical basin groundwater cross-district/city. (4) Every holder of a permit retrieval of soil water and soil water concession permit compulsory implement water conservation land. The fourth part of the planning of the utilization of article 12 (1) the planning of the utilization of ground water was implemented as the basis of utilization of ground water in the basin groundwater cross-district/city. (2) the planning of the utilization of groundwater conducted in order settings retrieval and utilization and control of ground water. (3) the planning of the utilization of ground water as referred to in paragraph (1), based on the results of an inventory and conservation of groundwater. (4) in carrying out the planning of the utilization of ground water as mentioned in subsection (1) is required to involve the participation of the community. (5) the results of the planning of the utilization of ground water as mentioned in subsection (2) is one of the basics in the preparation and determination of the Spatial Plan of the region. The fifth part of the allocation and utilization of article 13 (1) the order of priority of the allocation and utilization of the groundwater used for drinking water: a.; b. water for households; c. water for plantations, animal husbandry and agriculture; d. water for irrigation; e. water for Commerce; f. water for urban business; g. water for industry; h. water for mining and energy; i. Water for the benefit of others. (2) the order of priority of the allocation and utilization of ground water as mentioned in subsection (1) may be changed having regard to the public interest and local conditions. (3) Allocation and utilization for purposes other than drinking water can use groundwater if not be met from other sources of water.
(4) the allocation and utilization of ground water in the basin groundwater cross Kabupaten/kota referred to in subsection (2), be governed more by Regulation of the Governor. Chapter V TECHNICAL RECOMMENDATIONS of article 14 (1) exploration and exploitation Activities through drilling, excavation, retrieval, and utilization of the groundwater of concessions implemented after obtaining permission from the Regent/Mayor; (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. exploration drilling Permits ground water; b. drilling Permits the exploitation of ground water; c. Permission penurapan Springs, d. Permit the taking of groundwater; e. Permit retrieval of water springs, f. Permission concessions of ground water. (3) the Bupati/Walikota permit referred to in subsection (2) after obtaining a technical recommendation of the Governor; (4) technical Recommendations mentioned in paragraph (3) binding for each licensing in the field of groundwater; (5) for these types of wells and dig the well bore diameter more than 2 (two) inches (+ 5 CM) or debit retrieval of over 100 M3 per month required technical recommendations; (6) any costs arising in connection with the granting of Technical Recommendations charged to pegusaha taking of groundwater. (7) the provisions of the Ordinance and granting of technical recommendations are set more by regulation of the Governor. Article 15 (1) implementation of drilling exploration and exploitation in the framework of ground water may be executed by: a. the Government agency that has the task to function in the field of groundwater; b. groundwater drilling company that has permission. (2) drilling Activities that were held by the company as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b must meet the requirements in accordance with the legislation in force. Article 16 (1) any point taking groundwater exceeding 100 M3 per month or the taking of groundwater is equal to or less than 100 M3 for commercial purposes is mandatory installed water meters or gauges to discharge water. (2) Water Meters or gauges water discharge referred to in subsection (1) is required is provided by the owner of the well. (3) the mounting or sealing water meters or debit gauges is carried out by the technical Office of coordinating with district/city Governments. (4) Water Meters or gauges water discharge referred to in subsection (2), and subsection (3) are governed further by Regulation of the Governor.
CHAPTER VI SUPERVISION and CONTROL of article 17 (1) Supervision and control of soil water management aims to ensure conformity with these regulations and in order to achieve the goal of penggelolaan ground water. (2) the Governor to conduct surveillance and control of penggelolaan ground water which is implemented by the Bupati/Walikota. (3) monitoring and control as referred to in paragraph (2) covers the usage permission and feasibility of concessions of ground water which is published by the Bupati/Walikota with technical recommendations given by the Governor to the groundwater basin cross-district/city. (4) the usage Permissions and concessions of land referred to in subsection (3) may only be owned by entrepreneurs taking soil water maximum 5 (five) the location of the production area in the province. (5) in the framework of supervision of the management of the groundwater that is implemented by the Bupati/Walikota, Governor in accordance with its provisions on the implementation of the set: a. location retrieval point of ground water; b. technical construction and test pumping of the well bore; c. restrictions on the taking of groundwater discharge; d. the technical setup and installation of the measuring instrument of discharge; e. logging volume uptake of groundwater; f. study of Hydrogeology; g. implementation of UKL and UPL or AMDAL. (6) the public can report to the Department, if finding violations of the taking of groundwater as well as feel the negative effects resulting from the taking of groundwater. (7) the technical Provisions as well as the monitoring and control procedures for the management of groundwater is governed by further Regulations of the Governor. Article 18 (1) an applicant for a permit either singly or together can provide the following monitor wells trimmings to monitor the position of the face of the surrounding groundwater. (2) in certain places which are considered prone to soil water condition, are required to make a well resapan and injection wells in accordance with subsection (1). (3) the determination of the location of the network and the construction of the well, the well resapan monitor and injection wells on the groundwater basin cross County/city is determined by the Agency coordinate with the district/city. (4) in certain areas for the purposes of controlling soil water, provincial governments and district/city governments or make well monitor. (5) the technical Provisions as well as the monitoring and control of wells way monitor, resapan wells and injection wells regulated further by the Governor.
Article 19 (1) every plan the taking of groundwater by discharge of less than 50 (fifty) litres per second on a single mandatory production of documents furnished well UKL and UPL. (2) any plan the taking of groundwater discharge with 50 (fifty) litres per second or more, from some of the production wells in the area of groundwater capture less than 10 (ten) hectares for compulsory equipped document AMDAL. (3) every plan the taking of groundwater discharge with 50 (fifty) litres per second or more, from one (1) compulsory production well equipped document AMDAL. (4) the results of the implementation of UKL and UPL or AMDAL obligatory reported to the Bupati/Walikota with copy to the Governor and Minister of energy and Mineral resources. CHAPTER VII PROHIBITION of article 20 in the retrieval of ground water per person are prohibited from performing the following actions: a. damaging, removing, removing and moving the water meter or gauge water debit and or damage the seals on the water meter or tera gauge discharge water; b. taking water from the pipes before the water meter or gauge water discharge; c. taking ground water discharge exceeds the specified in the permit; d. hiding the point of groundwater or soil water retrieval location; e. move the location of the point of groundwater or soil water retrieval location; f. change the construction of the well bore; g. did not submit a report the uptake and utilization of ground water or report does not correspond to reality; h. do not carry out the manufacture of the well resapan and injection wells; i. does not report the implementation of UKL and UPL or AMDAL; j. does not implement the provisions stated in the permit; k. violate any applicable provisions. CHAPTER VIII SANCTIONS of article 21 (1) the Governor in accordance with the powers wearing a sanctions violation administration over management of groundwater. (2) administrative Sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) in the form of a written warning. (3) Upon a written warning, the Bupati/Walikota can follow up by providing administrative sanctions in the form of cessation of all activities and temporary permit revocation. CHAPTER IX of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of section 22 (1) every person who contravenes the provisions of article 20, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 6 (six) months or a maximum fine of Rp 50,000,000.0.-(fifty million rupiah). (2) a criminal offence referred to in subsection (1) is an offence. CHAPTER X INVESTIGATION Article 23 (1) in addition to the investigating Police Officials of the Republic of Indonesia in charge of menyidik crime, investigation for infringement of Rules this area carried out by the investigating Officer civil servant areas that are appointment specified in accordance with the legislation in force. (2) in performing the duties of the investigation, the investigator of the regional Civil Affairs Officers referred to in subsection (1), is authorized to: a. receive reports or complaints from a person of a criminal offence; b. did the first act at that time with respect to the incident and conduct examinations; c. sent to stop a suspect and examining the self identifier suspects; d. perform the seizure of objects or letters; e. taking fingerprints and a photograph of the suspect; f. calling the person to be heard and examined as a suspect or a witness; g. bring an expert needed in connection with the proceeding; h. termination of investigation held after receiving instructions from the NATIONAL POLICE investigators that there was no sufficient evidence or the event is not a criminal act and subsequent POLICE investigators through informing the public prosecutor, the suspect or his family; i. other action according to the law can be accounted for. (3) civil servant Investigators as intended in paragraph Area (1) notify the commencement of investigators and delivering the results penyidikannya to the public prosecutor in accordance with the legislation. CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 24 things that have not or have not been sufficiently regulated in the regulation of this area, all concerning the technical implementation is further regulated by regulation of the Governor.
Article 25 of the regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. So that everyone can know it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the sheet Region of Bangka Belitung Islands province. Set in Pangkalpinang on March 31, 2009, the GOVERNOR of BANGKA BELITUNG, dto EKO MAULANA ALI Enacted in Pangkalpinang on March 31, 2009, SECRETARY of the REGIONAL PROVINCE of BANGKA BELITUNG, dto PRIEST MARDI NUGROHO SHEET REGION of BANGKA BELITUNG ISLANDS PROVINCE in 2008 NUMBER 4 series E DESCRIPTION
TOP REGULATORY REGION of BANGKA BELITUNG ISLANDS PROVINCE number 04 of 2009 on MANAGING GROUNDWATER BANGKA BELITUNG ISLANDS PROVINCE 1. COMMON ground water is the gift of God Almighty that is essential for human life. Therefore be our common obligation to utilize the natural resources wisely for the most of people's prosperity, as mandated by the Constitution of 1945 article 33 paragraph (3). Retrieval of ground water in order to meet the needs of drinking water, household or construction will increase in line with the increasing rate of population growth and development activities. This could potentially give rise to various problems that can harm if not done managing wisely. Ground water is stored in a layer of ground pengandung water formed through the hydrological cycle. Technically ground water including renewable resources, however it will take very long time. Retrieval of ground water that go beyond the capabilities of pengimbuhannya have resulted in some critical ground water areas occur primarily in ground water, even in some areas has found symptoms of deterioration of the environment, among others, the decline in the face of a decline in ground water and soil surface and sea water intrusion in coastal areas. If the condition were not immediately overcome the incidence of other losses allows very larger, for example, water shortages, industrial activity has been stopped suddenly, damage to buildings and widespread flood area. 1. Basic management of the availability of groundwater, soils are on either a ground water basin, covering areas where ongoing hydrological events. Based on the breadth of coverage, then limit the groundwater basin is not always the same as the boundaries of administration, even on a single basin groundwater can include more than one administrative area of Kabupaten/Kota, therefore on groundwater management at a basin should be done on integrated IE includes the area of the pengimbuhan stream, and retrieval. Therefore the arrangements implemented by the provincial government in order to materialize the policies intact and integrated in a single basin groundwater. 2. The activities of the management of water management activities in principle of land divided into activities inventory, conservation, and utilization of the groundwater Inventory is intended to find out the condition of soil water potential on each basin groundwater and to know the conditions of the provider of the ground water around the basin. Conservation aims to do a whole order of protection against hydrological and ground water monitoring activities advance groundwater as well as recovery against the basin already declared prone or critical. Planning utilization aiming to carry out planning towards the taking of groundwater, land use in the area of resapan, the stream and the uptake. Monitoring and controlling aim to supervise and control against soil water retrieval, either from the technical aspect as well as the quality and quantity. 3. Recommendations on technical Licensing retrieval of ground water is one of the Governing instrument in the management of ground water. Granting permissions on the taking of groundwater released by Regent/Mayor. In order for the implementation of integrated management in a water basin covering over an area of Kabupaten/Kota, then need to set the same policy. In terms of water-taking permits granted by the Bupati/walikota after considering technical requirements/recommendations from the provincial government. In accordance with its functions, then permits the taking of groundwater is the basis of the establishment of tax taking of groundwater. 4. Implementation the implementation of water management activities implemented coordinated land between provincial governments and district/city Governments along regarding things that are technically provincial Governments providing support and facilities as a basis for the implementation of the management of administration by the Government district/city. On the basis of the considerations above, it needs to be determined need to set local regulations of Bangka Belitung Province on managing Groundwater in order to exercise the authority in the field of management of groundwater, as mandated in the Act No. 7 of 2004 about water resources. II. For the sake of Article Article article 1 article 2 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 3 sufficiently clear article 4 Article 5 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 6 paragraph (1) Basin groundwater cross-county/city refers to the technical conditions established by the Minister of energy and mineral resources, paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 7 article 8 quite clear clear enough article 9 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear Enough Verses (5) clear Verses (6) Efforts kept the existence as well as the ongoing state of the nature and function of groundwater in order to be always available in sufficient quantity and quality on the hydrological cycle. Paragraph (7) of article 10 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 11 article 12 is pretty clear pretty obvious Article 13 paragraph (1) of water for urban business including water for water for offices, shops, to landscaping and other Verse (2) on the basis of the public interest, then the order of priority allocation may change the functionality, usability and use paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear Article 14 Article 15 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 16 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) is the owner of the well that is the owner of the well that has possess permits paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear article 17 is quite clear Article 18 article 19 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 20 Article 21 is pretty clear pretty obvious Article 22 Article 23 is quite clear clear enough Article 24 Article 25 is pretty clear pretty clear TAMABAHAN LEMABARAN REGION of BANGKA BELITUNG ISLANDS PROVINCE number ... ...
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