Government Regulation Number 18 1999

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 18 Tahun 1999

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Back COUNTRY SHEET REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 31, 1999 (Additional explanation in the Republic of Indonesia Number 3815) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 18 of 1999 regarding WASTE MANAGEMENT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS and TOXIC, the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the environment needs to be preserved so that it remains capable of supporting the implementation of sustainable development;
.,, b. that with increasing development in all fields, in particular in the field of industrial development, increasing the amount of waste generated also includes a dangerous and toxic which can harm the environment and human health;
.,, c. that with the promulgation of Act No. 23 of 1997 on environmental management, adjustments need to be made against the Government Regulation number 19 in 1994, jo. Government Regulation No. 12 of 1995 on the management of Toxic and hazardous waste;
., d., that in connection with the above, it is seen setting government regulations about the management of hazardous materials and Toxic Waste;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 23 of 1997 on environmental management (State Gazette Number 68 in 1997, additional State Gazette Number 3674);
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of HAZARDOUS MATERIALS and TOXIC WASTE.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Regulation are: 1. Waste is the remains of a business and/or activities;., .2. Waste hazardous materials and toxic waste, abbreviated B3, are the remains of a business and/or containing harmful substances and/or toxic because of the nature and/or concentration and/or amount, either directly or indirectly, can contaminate and/or harm the environment , and/or may harm the health of the environment, health care, the survival of humans and other living beings;
., ,3. Waste management is a series of activities that B3 include the reduction, storage, collection, transportation, processing, utilization, stockpiling waste B3;
., ,4. Waste reduction B3 is an activity at the manufacturer to reduce the number and the nature of the hazard and reduce toxic waste B3, before resulting from an activity;
., ,5. The waste generator is the juxtaposed B3 ventures and/or its activities generate waste B3;
., ,6. Collecting waste B3 is a business entity that performs the collection activities with the aim to collect the waste before it is sent to the site of B3 processing and/or utilization and/or stockpiling waste B3;
., ,7. Waste hauler B3 is a business entity that performs the activity of transporting waste B3;
., ,8. Utilization of waste B3 is a business entity that performs the activity of the waste utilization B3;
., ,9. Waste processing B3 is a business entity that operates the sewage treatment facility B3;
., .10. Penimbun is B3 waste business entity doing the stockpiling waste B3;
.,, 11. Trustees are officials who served on the responsible agencies implement waste management oversight B3;
., 12. Storage is storing wastes activities undertaken by the producer B3 and/or collecting and/or processing and/or users and/or waste penimbun B3 with the intention of saving while;
., 13. The collection of waste is the waste collecting activities B3 B3 of the waste-producing B3 before handed over to users and/or processing and/or waste penimbun B3;
.,, 14. Waste hauling B3 is a waste removal activities B3 from the manufacturer and/or of the collecting and/or from the users and/or the processing of and/or to the spooler and/or to users and/or the processing and/or to waste penimbun B3;
., 15. Utilization of waste B3 is an activity retrieval (recover) and/or reuse reuse and/or recycling (recycle) that aims to turn the waste into a product that B3 can be used and must also be safe for the environment and human health;
.,,16. Sewage treatment is the process to change the B3 characteristics and composition of the waste B3 to eliminate and/or reduce the nature of the danger and/or the nature of the poison;
., General Agreement. Stockpiling waste B3 is an activity puts waste landfill facilities on a B3 with the intent not to harm human health and the environment;
., 18. People are people, individuals and/or groups, and/or legal entities;
.,, 19. The responsible agency is the agency responsible in the field of control of environmental impact; 20. The Minister is the Minister assigned to manage the environment;

Article 2 B3 waste management aims to prevent and tackle pollution and/or damage to the environment caused by waste B3 as well as melakukn the restoration of environmental quality which is already polluted so as to match its functions back.

Article 3 any person doing business and/or activities that produce sewage waste prohibited B3 B3 it generates it directly into the environmental media, without prior processing.

Article 4 any person or business entity that performs the activities of storage, collection, transportation, processing, and stockpiling waste B3 prohibited conduct dilution for the purpose of lowering concentrations of toxic substances and waste hazards B3.

Article 5 the radio active waste processing done by the agencies responsible for the management of radio-active in accordance with the legislation in force.

CHAPTER II the IDENTIFICATION of WASTE Waste article 6 B3 B3 can be identified according to sources and their characteristics.

Article 7 (1) the type of waste, according to the source include: B3, Sewage, a. B3 from a source not specific;

b. specific sources of B3 Waste; Sewage, c., B3 of the expired chemicals, spill, former exile, and packaging of products that do not meet specifications.
.,, (2) the list of waste with waste code D220, D221 D222 D223, and, it can be stated the waste Toxicity tests performed after the B3 Last Leaching Procedure (TCLP) and/or test characteristics.
.,, (3) the details of each type as referred to in paragraph (1) as listed in annex I to this Regulation.
Article 8.,, (1) Wastes that are not included in the list referred to in article 7 paragraph (3) is identified as waste B3 if after going through testing has one or more of the following characteristics:., explosive, a.;

b. flammable;

c. are reactive;

d. toxic;

e. cause infections; and f. are corrosive.
.,, (2) waste includes waste B3 is another waste when tested by the method of Toxicology have LD50 values below a predetermined threshold.
CHAPTER III MANAGEMENT of the PERPETRATORS of the first part of article 9, the Producers, (2) any person doing business and/or activities that use toxic and hazardous materials and/or generate waste waste reduction of obligatory B3 B3, B3 processing waste and/or stockpiling waste B3.
.,, (2) if the activities of the reduction referred to in subsection (1) are still producing waste and waste B3, B3 is still can be used, the manufacturer can use it alone or submit its utility to users waste B3.
.,, (3) every person who produces wastes processing waste mandatory B3 B3 it produces in accordance with existing technologies and if not able to be processed in the country can be exported to other countries that have the technology of sewage treatment B3.
.,, (4) processing and/or stockpiling waste B3 referred to in subsection (1) may be made by the producer of the waste-producing waste B3 or B3 can submit processing and/or stockpiling waste B3 it generates to processing and/or waste penimbun B3.
.,, (5) the submission of waste to the B3 users as mentioned in subsection (2), to be exported as referred to in paragraph (3), as well as to the processing and/or waste penimbun B3 as referred to in paragraph (4) does not reduce the waste producer responsibility B3 to B3 processing waste it produces.
.,, (6) the provisions of the waste management activities resulting from the B3 households and small-scale activities set out later by the head of the responsible agencies.
Section 10.,, (1) the waste Generator B3 can store waste B3 it generates the longest 90 (ninety) days before handing over to collectors or users or processors or waste penimbun B3.
.,, (2) When the waste generated B3 less than 50 (fifty) pounds per day, producing waste waste can save the B3 B3 it generates more than ninety days before being handed over to users or processors or waste penimbun B3, with the approval of the head of the responsible agencies.
Article 11 (1) the waste Generator B3 is obliged to make and keep a record of:.,, a. type, characteristics, the amount of waste it generates and the time B3;

b. type, characteristics, the amount and timing of delivery of waste B3;., c. waste carrier name B3 that carries out delivery to users or collectors or processors or waste penimbun B3.
.,, (2) the waste Generator B3 mandatory convey the record referred to in subsection (1) at least once in six months the responsible authorities with copy to the corresponding agencies and Regent/"Walikotamadya" heads of Regencies in question. (3) the records referred to in subsection (1) is used for:.,, a. inventory of the amount of waste generated B3;.,, b. as material evaluation in order to waste management discretion in the determination of the B3.
The Second Part Of The Gatherer


Article 12 waste Collectors B3 conducted by business entities that undertake activities of collection of waste B3.

Article 13 (1) Collecting waste B3 is obliged to make a note of:.,,.,, a. type, characteristics, the amount of waste the time of receipt of the waste B3 and B3 of the waste-producing B3;
.,, b. types, characteristics, quantity, and time of the submission of waste to the B3 users and/or processing and/or waste penimbun B3;
.,, c. waste carrier name B3 which carry out delivery to users and/or processing and/or waste penimbun B3.
.,, (2) a waste Collector B3 obliged to convey the note referred to in subsection (1) at least once in six months the responsible authorities with copy to the corresponding agencies and Regent/"Walikotamadya" heads of Regencies in question. (3) the records referred to in subsection (1) is used for:.,, a. inventory amount of waste collected B3;.,, b. as material evaluation in order to waste management discretion in the determination of the B3.
Clause 14.,, (1) the waste Collectors waste can save the B3 B3 which gathered most of the old 90 (ninety) days before it is given to users or processors or waste penimbun B3. (2) a waste Collector B3 B3 waste responsible collected.

The third part of article 15, the carrier, (1) the transport of waste B3 conducted by business entities which perform the carriage of waste B3.
.,, (2) the transport of waste can be carried out by producers of B3 waste B3 for the waste it generates on its own.
.,, (3) if the producer of the waste of the waste carrier acts as the B3 B3, then it is obliged to fulfill the obligations that apply to transport waste B3.
Article 16.,, (1) any transport of waste by waste carrier B3 B3 document accompanied by the mandatory waste B3.
.,, (2) the provisions on the form B3 waste documents referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the head of the responsible agencies.
Article 17 the waste Transport obligated to submit B3 waste waste document B3 and B3 as stipulated in article 16 paragraph (1) to the collecting and/or processing and/or users and/or waste penimbun B3 waste producers appointed by the B3.

Part four Article Users 18 Users waste B3 done by producing or business entity that performs the activities of waste utilization of B3.

Section 19.,, (1) Users of waste waste which produces B3 B3 meets the mandatory provisions on waste-producing B3.
.,, (2) Users waste a B3 in the waste collecting activities do B3 mandatory provisions on waste collectors meet the B3.
.,, (3) Users who do the hauling B3 waste waste B3 mandatory provisions on waste carrier meets the B3.
Article 20 B3 waste Users can store waste B3 before utilized the longest 90 (ninety) days.

Article 21 waste mandatory B3 Users create and save notes about: a. the B3 waste resources utilized;

b. the types, characteristics, and the amount of waste collected; B3.,, c. types, characteristics, and the amount of waste the product utilized and B3 generated;
.,, d. name the carrier who performs the transport of waste from the producer B3 and/or waste collectors B3.
Section 22.,, (1) Users of waste compulsory B3 deliver records as referred to in Article 9 at least once in six months the responsible authorities with copy to the corresponding agencies and Regent/"Walikotamadya" heads of Regencies in question. (3) the records referred to in subsection (1) is used for:.,, a. inventory number of the B3 waste utilized;.,, b. as material evaluation in order to waste management discretion in the determination of the B3.
Part five Article 23 Processing.,, (1) Processing carried out by producers of waste or B3 business entities that conduct waste treatment activities B3.
.,, (2) waste Processing waste can save the B3 B3 that would have processed the longest 90 (ninety) days.
.,, (3) sewage Processing waste can save the B3 B3 it generates the longest 90 (ninety) days.
Article 24 (1) Processing of waste compulsory B3 make and save notes about:.,, a. B3 waste processed by source;

b. the types, characteristics, and the amount of waste B3 processed;

c. the name of pengangkkut who do the hauling waste B3.
.,, (2) waste Processing B3 mandatory convey the notes referred to in subsection (1) at least once in six months the responsible authorities with copy to the relevant agencies and the Regent/"Walikotamadya" Regencies are concerned. (3) the records referred to in subsection (1) is used for:.,, a. inventory number of the B3 waste utilized;.,, b. as material evaluation in order to waste management discretion in the determination of the B3.
The sixth section of the Penimbun Article 25., Penimbun, (1) waste B3 conducted by business entities which perform the stockpiling waste B3.
., Penimbun, (2) the waste generator can do B3 to B3 wastes accumulate in the rest of the business and/or its activities on its own.
Article 26 (1) Penimbun mandatory B3 waste make and save notes about:.,, a. sources of waste that piled up to B3;

b. the types, characteristics, and the amount of waste that piled up to B3;

c. the name of pengangkkut who do the hauling waste B3.
., Penimbun, (2) a compulsory record of relaying B3 waste as referred to in subsection (1) at least once in six months the responsible authorities with copy to the relevant agencies and the Regent/"Walikotamadya" Regencies are concerned. (3) the records referred to in subsection (1) is used for:.,, a. inventory number of the B3 waste utilized;.,, b. as material evaluation in order to waste management discretion in the determination of the B3.
CHAPTER IV MANAGEMENT of ACTIVITY of the first part of the waste Reduction B3, article 27, (1) reduction of waste B3 can be done through the efforts of refining raw material storage in activity processes (housekeeping) substitution of materials, process modifications, as well as other waste reduction efforts B3.
.,, (2) the provisions on waste reduction B3 referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the head of the responsible agencies.
The second part of article 28. Packing,, (1) Any waste packaging B3 mandatory given symbols and labels that show the characteristics and types of waste B3.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the symbols and labels waste B3 referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the head of the responsible agencies.
The third part of article 29, Storage, waste Storage (1) B3 is done in the appropriate storage requirements;
.,, (2) B3 waste repository as mentioned in subsection (1), compulsory qualify:.,,.,, a. free storage location where floods, disaster-prone and not outside of protected areas as well as in accordance with the spatial plans;
.,, b. building design adapted to the characteristics of the waste, the amount of the B3 and environmental pollution control efforts.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding waste storage requirements as referred to in paragraph B3 (1) determined by the head of the responsible agencies.
The fourth part of the collection of article 30 (1) waste collection Activities comply with mandatory B3 as follows:.,, a. pay attention to characteristics of waste B3;.,, b. have a laboratory which can detect the characteristic wastes B3 except for toxicology; c. countermeasure equipment for the occurrence of accidents;., d., has a waterproof construction of buildings and building materials tailored to the characteristics of the waste B3; e. location of collection free of flooding.
.,, (2) further Provisions concerning the requirements referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the head of the responsible agencies.
Part five article 31 Freight delivery of waste by producing B3 and/or collecting and/or processing and/or users to transport obligated accompanied waste document B3.

Article 32 the waste Hauling B3 is carried out by special transport tool that meets the requirements of the Ordinance with the carriage set out on the basis of the applicable legislation.

The sixth Chapter 33., Utilization, (1) Utilization of waste B3 include retrieval (recovery), reuse (reuse) and restart cycle (recycle).
.,, (2) the provisions on the utilization of waste B3 referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the head of the responsible agencies.
The seventh part of processing Article 34.,, (1) sewage treatment B3 can be done by means of thermal, stabilization and solidification, in physics, chemistry, biology and/or other means in accordance with technological developments. (2) the selection of the location for the processing of waste should comply with the B3:.,, a. free from flooding, not prone to disaster and not protected areas;.,, b. the location specified as the area designation of the industry based on the spatial plan.
.,, (3) sewage treatment B3 by means of stabilization and solidification is obligated to fulfill the following requirements:.,,.,, a. perform analytical procedures for extraction to determine the mobility of inorganic and organic compounds (Toxicity Last Leaching Procedure);
.,, b. conduct stabilization and treatment outcomes build-up solidification with the provisions of the landfill of waste (landfills) B3. (4) waste treatment B3 in physics and/or chemistry that yields:.,,.,, a. liquid waste, then the liquid waste quality raw meet mandatory liquid waste;
., b., solid waste, then the mandatory solid waste meets the provisions of the waste management B3.
.,, (5) wastewater treatment B3 by means of thermal incinerator operates with mandatory comply with the following:.,,

.,, a. has an incinerator with specifications in accordance with the characteristics and amount of waste B3 processed;
.,, b. has an incinerator that can meet the minimum combustion efficiency of 99.99% destruction and removal efficiency and as follows:.,,.,, 1) destruction and removal efficiency for Principal Organic Constituent Hazard (POHCs) 99.99%;
., .2) the efficiency of the destruction and disappearance to Polyclorinated Biphenyl (PCBCs) 99,9999%;
., 105.4) destruction and removal efficiency for Polyclorinated Dibenzofurans 99,9999%;
., 4) the efficiency of the destruction and removal for Polyclorinated Dibenso-P-dioxins 99,9999%. c. meet the air emission standards;.,, d. residues from combustion activities be ash and liquid mandatory managed by following the provisions of the waste management B3.
.,, (6) further Provisions regarding technical requirements set by B3 waste processing Head responsible agencies.
Article 35 termination of waste treatment activities B3 by mandatory processing get written consent from the head of the responsible agencies.

The eighth section of the Hoarding Article 36 Location Mandatory B3 waste landfill meets the requirements as follows: a. flood free;

b. soil permeability maximum 10 negative rank 7 centimeters per second;., c. is the location specified as the location of the landfill waste B3 based on spatial plans;
.,, is one d. geologically stable, secure stated not prone to disaster and outside protected areas;
.,, e. resapan area did not constitute groundwater, especially those used for drinking water.
Article 37.,, (1) the mandatory use of B3 waste Build-up system equipped with upholstery for setting the flow of surface water, water collection and management, Wells lindi monitor and overburden the end which has been approved by the responsible agencies.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the spatial and the requirements of the landfill waste B3 set by the head of the responsible agencies.
Article 38 the cessation of activity by penimbun B3 waste deposits mandatory written approval from the head of the responsible agencies.

Article 39.,, (1) against the B3 waste landfill site has stopped its activities meet the mandatory stuff as follows:.,,.,, a. close the top part of the place to the ground minimum as thick as hoarding 0.60 meters; b. do the pemagaran and giving the sign of hoarding the waste places;., B3, c. monitoring soil and water quality to cope with the negative impact that may arise due to the external environment, to B3 waste during a minimum of 30 years since the closure of accounts for the entire facility or landfill waste B3.
.,, d. appropriation location that has halted the stockpiling of its activities could not be used as residential or other public facilities.
.,, (2) the provisions on execution of the obligations referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the head of the responsible agencies.
Chapter V CORPORATE GOVERNANCE the first Licensing article 40 (1) every business entity that conducts activities:.,,.,, a., collection, storage, processing, utilization and/or stockpiling waste B3 mandatory operating clearances from the head of the responsible agencies.
.,, b. transport obligated B3 waste hauling has permission from the Minister of transport after obtaining a recommendation from the head of the responsible agencies.
., waste utilization, c. B3 as the main activities required to have permits utilization of the authorized agencies deliver permits utilization after obtaining a recommendation from the head of the responsible agencies.
.,, (2) the provisions concerning the procedures for obtaining a permit as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is assigned by the head of the responsible agencies, and paragraph (1) letter b and c letters assigned by the head of a government agency that is authorized to grant permission.
.,, (3) waste treatment Activities B3 that is integrated with the activities of the operating license payer sewage treatment instruments B3 issued by the head of the responsible agencies.
.,, (4) the requirements for obtaining a permit referred to in subsection (1) is as follows:.,,.,, a. has a statute as a business entity which has been approved by the relevant authorities; b. the name and address of the business entity who request authorization;

c. activities undertaken;

d. the location where activities;

e. the name and address of the person in charge of the activity;

f. activities and processes raw materials used;

g. waste management tools specification;., h., the number and characteristics of the waste deposited, B3 is collected, exploited, transported, processed or deposited;
.,, i. the layout of sewage, sewage treatment, and a temporary shelter before being processed and B3 waste places of hoarding after processed;
., preventive tools, j. pollution for liquid waste, emissions, and waste treatment B3.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the application for a permit referred to in subsection (3) of the Ordinance the petition and recommendation as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b and c letters assigned by the head of the responsible agencies.
Article 41.,, (1) the decision on the permit and waste management recommendation B3 which is given by the head of the responsible agency referred to in article 40 mandatory was announced to the public.
.,, (2) the procedures for the announcement referred to in paragraph (1) are governed further by the statutes, the head of the responsible agencies.
Article 42.,, (1) site license processing and stockpiling waste B3 is given by the head of the Office of the Municipal District/Land according to plan space after obtaining a recommendation from the head of the responsible agencies.
.,, (2) the recommendations referred to in paragraph 91) based on the results of studies on environmental impact and feasibility of technical location as referred to in Article 34 paragraph (2) and section 36.
Article 43.,, (1) For the activities of the collection, utilization, processing and/or stockpiling waste B3 as main activity compulsory environmental impact analysis regarding his life in accordance with the legislation in force.
.,, (2) documents the environmental impact analysis on proposed along with the operating permit application referred to in article 40 paragraph (4) to the responsible agencies.
.,, (3) eligibility Decisions based on the results of the environmental assessment analysis on environmental impact is given by the head of the responsible agencies.
Article 44.,, (1) the decision on the application for a permit referred to in article 40 was given by the head of the responsible agencies not later than 45 (forty-five) days commencing employment since he received.
.,, (2) the terms and obligations in the analysis of the environmental impacts that have been approved are part of which will be a consideration in granting the permit referred to in article 40 paragraph (1).
Article 45.,, (1) new activities that generate waste and processing that do B3 utilization of waste the location B3 equal to its main activity, then the analysis of the environmental impacts of waste treatment for activities B3 made physically integrated with analysis of environmental impact for its main activities.
.,, (2) If B3 waste processing done by the manufacturer and users of waste at the site of its main activities B3, then only the environmental management plan and an environmental monitoring plan approved submitted to the responsible agencies along with the application for an operating permit referred to in article 40.
.,, (3) the decision on the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) provided by the responsible agencies no later than sixty (60) days as of receipt of the management plan since the environment and environmental monitoring plan has been approved.
.,, (4) the terms and obligations listed in the environmental management plan and environmental monitoring plan referred to in subsection (2) is the part that is an integral part of the application for a permit referred to in article 40.
Article 46.,, (1) when the manufacturer and/or users of waste waste processor acts as the B3 B3 and the location of processing in contrast to its main activity, then the location against the B3 waste processing applicable provisions regarding the processing of waste in government regulation B3.
.,, (2) for the utilization of waste as its main activity compulsory B3 made analysis on environmental impact as for the activity which is integrated with the main activity compulsory making environmental management plan and environmental monitoring plan.
., Documents, (3) analysis of the impact of the environment submitted to the responsible agencies and approval of these documents is given by the head of the responsible agencies.
.,, (4) the terms and obligations listed in the environmental management plan and environmental monitoring plan which approved mandatory are listed in the permit referred to in article 40.
The second part of supervision Article 47.,, (1) the supervision of B3 waste management performed by the Ministers and its implementation left to the responsible agencies.
.,, (2) the supervision referred to in subsection (1) include monitoring against penaatan requirements as well as technical and administrative provisions by producers, users, collecting, processing, transport, and waste penimbun B3.
.,, (3) the implementation of waste management oversight B3 in the area is done according to the governance established by the head of the responsible agencies.

.,, (4) oversight of the implementation of the emergency response system at the national level was carried out by the responsible agencies and at the regional level is exercised by the Governor of the region level I and/or Regent/"Walikotamadya" heads of Regencies.
Article 48.,, (1) the supervisor in the performance of waste management oversight B3 as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (1) are fitted and the letter identifier assignment issued by the head of the responsible agencies. (2) the Superintendent referred to in subsection (1) is authorized:.,,.,, a. entering the area of the location of the producer, the collection, processing, utilisation and stockpiling waste B3; b. sample waste B3 for examination in the laboratory;., c., requesting information related to the implementation of the waste management B3; d. do the photo shoot as the completeness of surveillance reports.
Article 49-producing, gathering, processing, users, transporters and waste penimbun B3 mandatory supervisory officers assist in performing the tasks referred to in Article 48 paragraph (2).

Article 50 If in exercising oversight found indication of criminal action for the environment then the Trustees as investigators of the environmental civil servants can conduct investigation.

Article 51.,, (1) the responsible Agencies report the implementation of waste management B3 periodically at least once a year to the President with a copy to the Minister.
.,, (2) the Minister to evaluate the report in order to draw up the waste management policy B3.
Article 52.,, (1) To maintain the health of workers and supervisors who work in the field of waste management B3 do periodic health testing.
.,, (2) health workers Test referred to in subsection (1) is held by the person in charge of business and/or waste management activities B3.
.,, (3) health Test for supervisors B3 waste management as referred to in subsection (1) is held by the responsible agencies in the health workforce.
Cross-border displacement of the third part of article 53 (1) any person importing prohibited conduct waste B3.
.,, (2) the waste Hauling B3 from abroad through the territory of the country of Indonesia with the aim of transit, required to have the prior written consent of the head of the responsible agencies.
.,, (3) the waste Hauling B3 from abroad through the territory of the Republic of Indonesia is obligated to be notified in advance in writing to the head of the responsible agencies.
.,, (4) Shipments of waste B3 abroad can be done after obtaining written consent of the Government of the recipient country and the head of the responsible agencies.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding the Commerce of the waste established by the Minister of the B3 was assigned in the field of trade after consideration of the head of the responsible agencies.
The fourth part of the information and Reporting of article 54 (1) everyone has the right to information concerning waste management B3.
.,, (2) the responsible Agencies required to provide the information referred to in subsection (1) to any person publicly.
Article 55.,, (1) everyone has the right to report the existence of potential as well as the State has been the occurrence of pollution and/or damage to the environment caused by waste B3.
.,, (2) Reporting of pollution events and/or destruction of the environment is communicated orally or in writing to the responsible agencies or governmental authorities.
.,, (3) a Government Apparatus that receives the reporting referred to in subsection (2) is required to report forwarding agencies in charge not later than 3 (three) working days after receipt of the reporting.
Article 56.,, (1) establishments that receive reports as referred to in article 55 is obligated to immediately follow up on the report of the community.
.,, (2) the follow-up Process as well as the results of the report referred to in subsection (1) mandatory notified to complainant and/or community concerned.
Article 57 of the Ordinance and the reporting mechanism referred to in Article 55 and article 56 further regulated by a decision of the Minister.

Part five Countermeasures and recovery Article 58.,, (1) Producers, gatherers, users, transporters, processors, and waste penimbun B3 was responsible for the accident and countermeasure of environmental pollution due to waste or B3 which became its responsibility.
.,, (2) Producing, collecting, processing, users, transporters, and hoarding the waste has a system of compulsory B3 emergency response.
.,, (3) the person in charge of waste management mandatory B3 provides information about emergency response system as referred to in paragraph (2) to the community.
.,, (4) the manufacturer and/or collecting and/or transport and/or processing and/or users and/or waste penimbun B3 obliged immediately to report hazardous materials and toxic waste (B3) and B3 into the environment to the responsible agencies and/or Governor level I Regional Head and/or the Regent/"Walikotamadya" heads of Regencies.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding the prevention of accidents and pollution referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the head of the responsible instnasi.
The sixth Accident Countermeasures of supervision Article 59.,, (1) the implementation of the supervision countermeasures of accidents in the area carried out by the local authorities level II to a scale that could be solved by the activities of the manufacturer and/or collecting and/or transport and/or processing and/or users and/or penimbun.
.,, (2) Implementing surveillance countermeasures to accident of the scale that can not be solved by the Governments of regencies, then local governments local governments level I and level II together to conduct surveillance.
.,, (3) the implementation of countermeasures of accident on the manufacturer and/or the collecting and or carrier and/or the processing and/or the users and/or penimbun that its impact is very large so it covers two areas of regencies pengawasannya conducted jointly by the local authorities level II and level I regional government.
.,, (4) the implementation of countermeasures of accident on the manufacturer and/or the collecting and or carrier and/or the processing and/or the users and/or penimbun that its impact is very large so that the local government level II could not supervise the pengawasannya carried out by the responsible agencies together with regional government level II and level I regional government.
Article 60.,, (1) Producers, gatherers, users, transporters, processors and waste penimbun B3 obliged immediately to cope with pollution or environmental damage due to its activities.
.,, (2) when the producers, users, collectors, transporters, processors and waste penimbun B3 does not do the countermeasures referred to in subsection (1), or can not cope properly, then the responsible agencies can do to cope with the costs charged to producers, and/or users, and/or gatherers, and/or transporters, and/or processor, and/or waste penimbun B3 in question through the Governor of the region level I.
The sixth part of financing Article 61.,, (1) any fee to obtain permission and a waste management recommendation B3 charged to an applicant's permission.
.,, (2) the burden of the costs of the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1) includes the cost of technical feasibility study for the licensing process.
.,, (3) for monitoring and/or supervision of B3 waste management done by:.,,.,, a. responsible agencies charged to the budget of the State Expenditures Revenue (BUDGET);
.,, b. institutions responsible for Budget of income charged to regional Shopping area (BUDGETS).
.,, (4) further Provisions concerning governance as referred to in paragraph (2) are defined by the head of the responsible agencies.
CHAPTER VI SANCTIONS Article 62.,, (1) establishments that are responsible for giving notice in writing to the manufacturer, the collecting, processing, users, transporters or penimbun in violation of the provisions of article 3, article 4 and article 9, article 10, article 11, article 12, article 13, article 14 Article 15, article 16, article 17, article 18, article 19, article 20 Article 21, article 22, article 23, article 24, article 25 , Article 26 and Article 28, article 29, article 30, article 31, article 32, article 33 Article 34, article 35, article 36, article 37, article 38, article 39 article 40, article 42, article 43, article 49, article 52 paragraph (2), article 58, and section 60.
.,, (2) if within a period of 15 (fifteen) days from the issuance of a written warning as referred to in paragraph (1) the parties are given a warning not to heed warnings or does not comply with the provisions of article that is not allowed, then the head of the responsible agency can suspend or revoke temporary permissions collection, processing, storage, including the stockpiling of B3 waste until the party was given a warning to the ban which comply with the provisions and when, within the time limit specified is not external relationships then the operating permit revoked.
., Regent, (3)/"Walikotamadya" heads of Regencies may temporarily stop operations on behalf of the authorized agency and/or the responsible agencies when such violations can harm the environment.
.,, (4) the head of the responsible agencies immediately revoke the decision of termination of activities as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) if the party who paused activity operations comply with the provisions that have not allowed.

Article 63 Whoever violates the provisions of article 3, article 4, article 9, article 10, article 14, article 15, article 19, article 20, article 29, article 30 Article 32, article 34, article 36, article 37, article 39 and article 60 which resulted in and/or may cause contamination and/or environmental destruction threatened with criminal proceedings as provided for in Article 41, article 42 , Article 43, article 44, article 45 Article 46 Article 47, and Act No. 23 of 1997 on environmental management.

CHAPTER VII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 64.,, (1) if at the time of starting the introduction of government regulations has been carried out the management and/or disposal and/or stockpiling waste B3 which do not qualify as stipulated in government regulations, then any person or business entity that produces, collecting, transporting, processing or stockpiling waste B3 good respectively or together proportionately obliged to do cleaning and/or recovery of the environment in the period of not later than 1 (one) year.
.,, (2) if the person or business entity generating, collecting, transporting, Stockpiling and processing waste B3 referred to in subsection (1) does not do the cleanup and restoration of the environment then the responsible agency can do or ask a third party do the cleanup and restoration of the environment and costs that are charged to the person or business entity that produces, collecting, transporting, Stockpiling and processing waste B3 either by itself or together proportionately.
.,, (3) For activities that utilize waste B3 from abroad and has had permission can only do import waste B3 as a raw material up to the month of September 2002.
Article 65 every person or business entity that performs the activity of collecting, storage, utilization, processing and hoarding at the time of the enactment of this Regulation obliged to ask permission as referred to in article 40 no later than within 1 (one) year since the moment of entry into force of this Regulation.

CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER Article 66 With the enactment of government regulation of the Government Regulation number 19 in 1994 about the management of hazardous materials and Toxic Waste (State Gazette number 26 in 1994, additional State Gazette Number 3551) that had been modified by regulation of the Government No. 12 of 1995 about the changes the Government Regulation number 19 in 1994 about the management of hazardous materials and Toxic Waste (State Gazette Number 24 year 1995 Additional Sheets, State number 3595) declared invalid and refers to government regulations.

Article 67 this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Set in Jakarta on February 27, 1999 the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, BACHARUDDIN JUSUF HABIBIE Enacted in Jakarta on February 27, 1999 MINISTER of STATE SECRETARY of STATE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AKBAR TANDJUNG

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