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Behind Indonesia’s ‘reuse revolution’

Indonesia generates around 6.8 million tons of plastic waste a year. Less than 40 percent of that waste is collected, while the rest is either burned or dumped in landfills. Reuse models have the potential to prevent more than 750,000 tons of plastic from becoming waste by 2025, and the market for reuse presents an economic opportunity of $4.2 billion in Indonesia alone. Learn more about Indonesia’s ‘reuse revolution’.


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