September 2011 was my first look at waves and culture in the Far East region of Indonesia. My first surf in this region was already confirming this wouldn’t be my last visit to this forgotten part of Indo. My good friend and surf companion still have stretch marks on our cheeks after that first session.
The Badung Regency branch of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN) has asked the Provincial Government of Bali to introduce regulations limiting the use of water by the Island’s tourism industry.
The Bali Environmental Agency (BLH) has said that waste from hospitals, hotels and other industries did not meet the required criteria for waterway disposal.
The quality of the water in the rivers that flow through Bali’s capital city of Denpasar are heavily polluted. Tests carried out by the Denpasar environment agency have show both the Tukad Badung and Tukad Ayung to exceed the limits for Class III water.
The Ministry of Environment Baltashar Kambuaya asked the government of Bali Province not to force any development in its region so that not spend the fresh water supplies in Bali.
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