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Batam Centre, Kota Batam

Batam Sewerage System BP Batam (Batam Indonesia Free Zone Authority) is continually in the process of improving the capabilities of the Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP). Visit Waste Water
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Environment Industrial
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Rain Catchment & Runoff Water Opportunities Runoff is problematic, but also provides opportunities. Properly managed runoff can provide solutions to inundations and flooding, whilst at the same time can be utilized as potential rain water reserves dependant on the drainage systems applied. Transform Problem
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About Us

Water Resources, Waste and the Environment (SDALL)

The Water Resources, Waste and Environment Business Unit is a business unit of BP Batam that manages Water Resources, Waste and Environment facilities in Batam City.



Domestic Waste Management

A method of treating wastewater by utilizing microorganisms to decompose organic components/pollutants contained in wastewater is one of our focuses in treating domestic waste in the Batam City.

Septic Tank Drainage

Rp 150 Ribu


KPLI's Hazardous & Toxic Waste Management

AS an area that is growing as an Industrial city, Batam is also susceptible to the impact of industrial waste which is classified as Hazardous & Toxic Material (B3).

In order to ensure a conducive area for investment, BP Batam also manages the Industrial Waste Management Area for Hazardous & Toxic Material (KPLI-B3) located in the Kabil area. The area covers approximately 20 Ha and will be expanded to 60 Ha;

There are currently 32 companies handling hazardous and toxic waste (transporters, collectors, processors and users) in this area.


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