Buleleng Regency Government News


Avoid Garbage Fires at Bengkala TPA, Buleleng Regency DLH Implements Sanitary Landfill System

To prevent fires in the landfill at Bengkala TPA, the Environmental Service (DLH) uses the Sanitary Landfill system or a waste management system with a landfill. This was conveyed directly by the Head of the Buleleng Regency Environmental Service, Gede Melandrat when he visited Bung Karno's green open space on Tuesday (27/7).

Furthermore, the Head of Mellandrat said that by implementing the system, later it could avoid the occurrence of waste fires due to substances released by the waste itself. "Yesterday we covered the garbage with landfill which received land supply assistance from the Tamblang Dam," he said.

In addition, the former Head of the Buleleng Regency Food and Fisheries Security Office said this system is very effective and efficient, because landfilling with landfill will accelerate the decomposition process which will periodically reduce waste buildup and reduce odors.

"We don't deny that if this pile of garbage is not managed properly, it will certainly be over capacity. For that, through this opportunity, we appeal to all stakeholders according to Bali Governor Regulation No. 47 of 2019 concerning Source-Based Waste Management, starting from households to be able to sort waste so that the waste can be valuable, useful, not a problem," he hoped.

Melandrat added that at the Bengkala TPA, the waste sorting process takes a long time and requires a lot of personnel. If the waste that comes to the Bengkala TPA has been sorted, both organic and non-organic, the effective and optimal waste management will indirectly extend the life or capacity of the Bengkala TPA.

Meanwhile, from DPRD Buleleng Regency DPRD Plenary Meeting, Buleleng Regent Delivers Final Opinion

Responding to the final opinion of the council members who are members of the factions regarding the Draft Regional Regulation on accountability for the implementation of the 2020 regional revenue and expenditure budget, the Buleleng Regent agreed to guide the proposals of the council members in taking policy steps in the coming year. This was known when the Regent of Buleleng Putu Agus Suradnyana who was accompanied by the Regional Secretary of Buleleng Regency Gede Suyasa when delivering the Regent's final opinion on the accountability for the implementation of the Buleleng Regency APBD for the 2020 fiscal year, in a virtual plenary session in the Lobby Meeting Room of the Buleleng Regent's Office, Thursday, (29 /7).

Furthermore, Regent Agus Suradnyana conveyed that the current Covid-19 pandemic greatly affects the social life of the Buleleng people, both socio-economic and socio-cultural life as well as regional stability. "The problems that arise start from the increasing unemployment rate, increasing poverty, limiting normal activities to the fulfillment of health infrastructure facilities that we must immediately fulfill," he said.

On the other hand, this pandemic condition has had a significant impact on the achievement of regional income, both local revenue and income from the central government, provincial government and other local governments. Budgeting policies in 2020 are more directed to overcome the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In addition to carrying out mandatory program activities and priority. Through budget refocusing, spending is directed at financing the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, namely in the form of budgeting for health care, providing social safety nets, and handling budgeted economic impacts, both through unexpected spending and program activities in SKPD.

"Thus, we are aware that this condition cannot be solved by the government alone, but the participation of the community, the private sector and other stakeholders is needed to take part in the development and economic recovery at this time," said the Regent who is usually called PAS.

With that, through this opportunity, he invites all components of the Buleleng community to jointly contribute ideas, share with people in need and perform for the benefit of the region so that the current economic conditions affected by the Covid-19 pandemic can recover quickly.

Meanwhile, news from the Social Service of Buleleng Regency to Cope with the Impact of Covid-19, Buleleng Social Service Distributed More than 60 Thousand Social Assistance

 Economically affected communities are a priority for the Buleleng Regency Government (Pemkab) to be assisted. It is proven that until now the Buleleng Regency Government through the Social Service (Dinsos) Kab. Buleleng has also distributed social assistance (bansos) in total as many as 66,869 beneficiary families (KPM) in Buleleng Regency have received social assistance. This was stated by the Head of the District Social Service. Buleleng I Putu Karimaman Putra when met in his office on Friday (30/7).

Furthermore, Karimaman said the entire social assistance includes central government assistance through the Ministry of Social Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia (Kemensos RI) which consists of the Family Hope Program (PKH) to 17,009 KPM, Non-Cash Food Assistance (BPNT) to 41,635 KPM, and Cash Social Assistance. (BST) to 20,682 KPM.

The Ministry of Social Affairs RI, said Karimaman, also provided an additional 5 kg rice package which was distributed to 3000 PKM, which are PPKM-affected communities who did not receive the PKH, BST, and BLT Village Fund social assistance.

In addition to assistance from the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs, he said there was also rice assistance from the Governor of Bali as much as 5 tons which was distributed to 1,000 KPM. In addition, the State Civil Apparatus (ASN) in the ranks of the Buleleng Regency Government apparatus collectively have also distributed 1,543 packages to the public.

It does not stop here, Karimaman said that the social assistance will continue to be rolled out as long as there are still people affected by Covid-19 who need it, this is done through the updating of the Integrated Social Welfare Data (DTKS) which is continuously carried out by his party. 

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