goodmorningpapua.com – The Yapen Islands Regency Environmental Service continues to monitor the cleanliness and beauty of the capital city ahead of the Ardipura assessment in October 2022.
This was revealed in the Coordination Meeting (Rakor) for the preparation of the Adipura assessment led by Assistant III of the Yapen Archipelago Secretariat, Ir. Wahyudi, Friday 30 September 2022.
A Head of the Yapen Islands Environmental Service, Robert Bless, said that monitoring would be conducted in several locations which later became monitoring points for the Adipura assessment at the Papua Province level.
In addition to processing waste at the final disposal site (TPA), said Robert, garden maintenance, city streets, schools and markets will be the focus of his monitoring.
“Adipura is not our ultimate goal, we want the environment to be well maintained, clean and orderly, this of course must be accompanied by public awareness,” said Robert.
He appealed to the people of the Yapen Islands to jointly maintain the cleanliness and beauty of the city by disposing of garbage in its place.