By: Richard C Porter
This monograph, produced for USAID's Environmental Policy and Training Project, examines basic urban environmental services in Jakarta. The background to Jakarta's environment and its people is outlined, and there is a description of drinking water provision, waste water treatment, and solid waste collection in the city. The author observes that budgetary constraints restrict the provision of first-class environmental services to the rich; yet he concludes that public provision of services to the poor is essential and offers lessons to be learned from Jakarta's expeience.
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